The Gainesville star

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The Gainesville star
Alternate Title:
Gainesville twice-a-week star
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
D.E. Godwin
Creation Date:
July 24, 1903
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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The first issue of the Gainesville Star appeared on May 1, 1903. D.E. Godwin was its publisher, and the paper appeared semiweekly at least through October 4, 1904, by which time W.L. Hill had taken over its management. Some issues bear the heading “Twice a Week,” and publisher’s information occasionally referred to the “Gainesville Twice a Week Star.” The Star appears to have been affiliated with the Democratic Party. The Gainesville Star carried reprinted stories from around the world while providing a good share of local news as well. Among the issues discussed regularly in its pages was the adoption in 1904 of a “dry ticket” and the resulting closure of the town’s saloons. The prohibition of alcohol would contribute the following year to the relocation in Gainesville of the University of Florida, the state’s college for men. Gainesville was known for its good drinking water and the lack of any other beverages or activities that might get young men into trouble.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note:
Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .

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VOLUMIj i GAN1,E 1T t 1lAf1)1, FRIPAV, J ILT '24, 190,3



The Summer School Teachers to

Meet at Jenlings Lake.


All Are Invited to Attend and
Carry Well-Filled
Ba kets.
On Saturday, August i, the teachers of
the stimnmer schools of tihe \Vest End will
meet at Jennings Lake for the purpose of
holding a local institute. It hlas for some
years been th< custom of teachers of
summiner schools to hohl an institutite and
as Jeuniugs Lake is centrally located it
hits' been chosen ais the place of meetiuig.
There will be a picnic, which all are in-
vited to atteldl, bringing well filled bas-
Skets, liit feature of the occasion is an
i 8s hired succe s, as the ladies of Jennings
'Lake and vicinity, than whom the State
of Florida affords ione better, are noted
for their perfection in their culinary arts,.
and never fail to respondil on an occasion
'i of this kind.
i- A program has beet arranged for the
Occasion which promises .o be one of the
Most interesting ever carried out in this
'county. The managers of the prograni
ve been fortunate in securing Capt. G.
4,.iiynch, of the East Florida Seminary,
tbe orator of the day. To those who
heard this gentleman, he needs no
i action and those who have never
9&M him will now have the opportu-
il- *y. IIis repiitatLiou asa teacher is state
wide and as a talker he is unexcelled.
Heisa staunch friend of public education
and never misses an opportunity to say
something for the promliotion of the cause.
The program will be as follows:
Song-by the Institute.
Prt-ayer-bhy Rev. Waren Colson.
Address of Welconie-by T. J. Love.
Response -by I'rof. M. 11. Del,;tidl,
The Ideal'School-Miss Ruby Ihawk in,
Jennings Lake; Miss Alma Ostecn, i;r-
Importance of Grading in the iiural
Schools-Prof. O. MA. Tillman, Union
SExaminations in School W\'rk--Prof.
J. A. Orniond, Trenton.
Teaching the Little Ones to Rtead-
Mis.s Claudia Ambrose, Cherry Sink;
SMiss Gabrella Abbott, Clevelanl
Number Work in the Primary Grade.
-Miss Belle Lindsey, Bell; Miss Rosa
May, Jaxville; Miss Ada Dampier, Road-.
How Shall we Mainitan Order ini ile
School Room -I'rof. Wirey Tinuiali,
Cherry Sink; Miss Flaviuas C(asoni, Union
Current Ivenis and Civics--Prof. M.
C. McIntosh, lell.
Importance of Early Instruction ini
Physiology and H[ygiene--Miss Eunice'
iF innell, of Levy county.
Recitation-Miss Faituie Mi.relle, of
SJennings Lake.
How Shall we Teach Geograp..y--Prof.
R. A. Thomas, of Levy county.
The Teacher the Hope of Atmerica--R.
1B. Sanders, Jennings Lake.
How Shall we Teach Writing-Prof.
1W. A. Lindsey, Suwanneee.
Question Box.
Our Boys and Girh:--Capt. G. IM.
SLynch, Gaiuesville.
Consolidation of cehools-W. W. Col-
Sson, Trentosn.
The program will be interspersed w lth
i nttsic by local taletit.
SAll teachers are earnestly requested to
prepare the part assigned them, anid as-
sist in every possible way to nake the
Institute a success.
E exercisess will begin promptly at Ia
o'clock a. m. and all must bie there or
Smiss a part of the program.

Before Judge Mason
STwo cases were brought before County
Judge Mason Wednesday and both were
SOne case was that of the State vs. J. IH.
Kirby, .carryinig concealed weapons. Os
n^iotion of the defendant's counsel, R E.
Davis, who said defendamit was not ready,
.the case was continued and A.ugust Il tIl
set for the time of hearing.
The case of the State vs. J. II. Mattar,

charged with shooting Conductor Single-
tary a few weeks ago, was called aud
continued, to await the results of the
wounded man's injuries. This case was
set for August 1.
Oak Halls Win.
The two last games played by the Oak
Halls were with the Tampa Crabs, in this
city Tuesday and Wednesday last, and
the home boys won both games.
On Tuesday Gainesville defeated Tampa
by 14 to 2, and Wednesday the score was
5 to 3 in favor of Gaiuesville.
At the close of Wednesday's game the
Oak Halls disbanded for the season.

Assurance Soclety of the
United States,
TUM ha'iSuipnmia, Xanagers,
SJaelumvTlle, vla.,
Je* Teelk loa Agent
4a i iue, F;.

liapttit Agalliast Sallao ns.
S'ir.-l l'i;list' tlmurchi of \Vilh iingt- ii.
N C. t lie u.uluay morning congro.,atio'.
it se uiatiuii l'i'v the rea, tIig uf 'resolutio is
a'loultedl liv 'ile shoa'!I of deacons coli-
deiitliitig the selling of whiskey. This
cihrctic ha I taken tuie initiative in the
tigtlt for tmniiplrluice until others will
follow the example, it is said.
The resbluti n refer. et to states that
i.. tin n-nliblers of the. church have
si ined. their mnnes to a>plicattiOns fcor
licelnie to .sell, whiskey ill ilailingtoni,
and that hereafter anliy itenier whose
naina- shall appear on such an applica-
tii \11e expelledt from the church.
'The ,lecideil stanui- talteni bY the
ciiirch in 'adopitng these resolutions is
the situbject of \it:l. interest in .this city.
IL is strange inilee. that any member
of a Chit stiam church will sigit a petition
asking for tile establishment of a busi-
tiess that is the churches' worst enemyv,
but it is gratifying to know that the
churches are beginning to put the screws
to such members.
A Bad Negro.

Jessie Williatis, a bad negro who re-
sides near Hawthorne, is now in the
coulity jail in this city charged witli
shooting into a crowded excursion train
a few days ago.
Forauintately no one was injured b y the
shooting, but the inegro is entitled to no
credit for tile miraculous escape of those
who were in the coach when the shoot-
ing was done-from tile outside -and lie
should, and doubtless will be severely
Deputy United States Marshal
Chambers of Ocala, and- Detective David-
son of High Springs were on the train
at the time of the shooting. They had
the train stopped, and went back and
arrested the negro
Doings at Waldo.
Dr. W. H. Sibley returned a few days
ago f,-om ia professional visit to Waldo.
The Doctor says that Mr. Thonmas
Simpscn of that place, is preparing to
dispose of his possessions there and go to
California;. Hie expects to locate near
Lo3a Angeles.
D)eptiy Sheriff J. B. Kewiardl is build-
itg a niew livery stable at Waldo, and
ti.u'ce are other sigus of improvement go-
ing on in our sister town.
VWidemnan (toes to Stake.
Ttle Tilietu-tniliol, Starkecorrespondeint,
ui: c r date of July 21, says: "IProf. J. W.
\Videnian of C aiUlesville hais accepted the
po-ition of principal of the school here"
l'rof. P\ idemaiu is an excellent school
man, and Tlia S'rAt, together with his
:lu in-roils otl r (.aiiesville fri eids, wialh,
Alll predict, success for himl at Starke
For Sheriff.
To the Voters of Alachua CJounty :
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Sheriff, subject to the
acti, in of the next Democratic primary.
If clectied, I promise to discharge the
duties of the office to the very best of my
ability, and I solicit the support of all
voters at the polls,
R. C. Evins of Evinston was in the city
a few days ago- He has recently. return-
ed from Baltimore and points in South
Carolina, where lie went seeking better
health, audit is hoped by his friends that
the trip resulted in permanent good.
Mr. J. H. Blake, for eight years with
the Florida Pertilizer Co., this city, will
remove, on or about August loth, to Pal-
tuetto, where he will go into the fertilizer
business for himself. We dislike for Mr.
Blake and his family to leave Gainesville,
but as they will go our good wishes will
follow them.
Giddens' Unparalleled Hair Grower
is all that its name implies. It cures
dandruff stops falling hair aikd produces
new hair. It is an excellent hair dresser,
For sale at S, B. Kidding's Drug Store,
Gaitiesvtlle, 'and the Postoffice Drug Store
High Springs.

This Is Very Wonderful If True-Try
a Bottle and be Convinced.
Brooklyn N. Y, April 21, 99
Dr. S. B. Giddings,
Dear Sir:
Will you kindly inform me by return'
mail if you can send your fifty cent bot.
tie of Hair Grower the 'Unparalleled
(Trade Mark) and if so I will send you
a postal note for tie same. Please in-
form mle the amount of postage if it can
be mailed.
When in Florida the winter of 1897
and 98 I used live bottles of the twenty-
live cent size and produced sale growth
of hair where it had been .entirely bald
for fifteen years, and now I would like to
try it once more if I can get it.
Yours truly,
J. W..HAYNES, 59 Hicks $t.
State, of Florida, )
County of Alachua,
City of Gaineaville. )
Personally appeared before the sub-
scribed, a Notary Public. in and for the
State of Florida, at large, S. B. Giddings,
who beingduly, sworn by medeposes and
says that the above testimonial was sent
to him by mail by JW.W. Haynes, a man
whom be had never seen or heard of,
also that he had no knowledge of the
man ever having used or procured the
Unparalleled Hair Grower, and as far as
he knows no one had influenced him to
send it, and that the man has never re-
ceived anything for sending it.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this Itth day of November A. D. g190. .
8. B. GIDDIbMo, IL D.
J. M. 3IVzflI,
Notary Public for the 8btte of Elorid.

I did not laste it, I went to Tom Harrod
for the whiskey. lie went in the house
to get it. I did not ask aitiyl)ody else
for any. It was F1atnded oii to me
through a tlile. I diil l ot hlieat mliyonl
t king i.n the house, I cannot sv.'i-ar of
my ownv knowledge who I ltded me the
whiskey. I only saw a hand through
the hole. I' bought the whiskey front
Toim Harrod. I anl eighteen years of
age. The Land I saw was a white maiu's
To give the questions and uinswers't
especially the questions asked by de-
fendant's counsel, would make our re
port of the .trial too vltmintous, allnd
hence we give only the substance of the
direct testimony.
sheriff Fennell had placed a warrant
in thie hands of Deputy Lamb for the ar-
rest of George Rodgers for selling whis-
key in a dry county, and be was brought
later, last night, and will also probably
have a hearing today.
Court adjourned after Lewis left the
stand until this morning at 9 o'clock.
Lewis is only eighteen years of age, so if
Harrodm should be convicted at all it
would seem that the fact that he sold to
a minor would give, opportunity for
a case of selling to a minor.

Leave your order for printed matter at
THim STAR office.,
Have your clothing cleaned at Owen
Lloyd's Dye Works. utly 14, tf
Mr. L. L. Hill visited Jacksonville this
week on business,
20 Cento a day isavetd wll grow to
$640 In SO imontasi. See Moyer'8.
Mrs. M. E. Tinsley is sojourning for a
while at Seabreeze. "
Fresh meats always on hand at '. V.
Smith's meat t.arkeL t'Phone No. 36-3.
Representative Theo. 11 Willard of
Osceola is in the city.

C. J. Mirxson of Dutton %
visiting his family yesterday
Mrs. G W. Hyde has re
visit to her old home in Ka
Best quality of kitchen k
it:g sets can be had at I.. C
blisa Cora Wittstock hasi
a pleasant visit to friends a
Mrs. F. M. Prewitt has r
an extended visit to friends
'Attorney C. C. Thomas ti
business in Starke the first
W. H. Tucker and H-
Newberry attended court
Don't Worry. The tow
plant that 20 cents a day
and watch It grow to $72d

Jewel Lau

J. Runkle, Pro|

1.1. -

was in the city
turned from a
,,ive ,. or tary-
I .tW

If it is job printing you want just send
.)otr order to the t-tar. It will have
proumpt attCntiotitinild work and prices
will suit you. tf
Crawford & Davis, li eryuen, are pre-
paring to build a large brick stable build-
ing on the lot now occupied by their
wooden strocttlre.
G'iddings9 Hair Grower does the work.
F or Stle by Dr. S. II. Giddings, Gaines
ville, and the Postoffice Drug .tore, High
Springs, ila,
For a few d(ays old newspapers, suita-'
ible for wrapping purposes, can be had
lat TIlM STAR Ioffice for 10 cents a htinl-
dred Foitvt-live papers for 5 cts,
(ol. H. F. Dutton returned yesterday
from a several weeks business and pleas-
ure trip in lEurope. While away he also
visited his old home iii the North.
Mrs. J. V.. Wainwright and daughter,
Miss Jullia, who have been speouid' a
while-with relatives and friends in Brad-
ford county, are expected home today,
Miss Florrie Mallard of Jacksonville is
the guest of Miss Gertrude Cushian, this
city. 'Miss Mallard is a 'former student
of the East Fhlorida Seminary, and has
many friends here who were pleased to-
see her.
If your hair is becoming thin try Gid-
dlings Uniparalleled Ulair Grower. For
sale bvy r, 8. ih. oiddings, dainiesville,
and the I'ostoffice Drug Store, High
Irs. L.J. hiurkhhim, Mi.. Ida Burk-
heini and the four small children of Mrs.
lBurkhimn's were in the city from Gaines-
ville yesterday on their. way to the
mountains of North Caroll.iia.-Tines-
lznionr, July 23.
Capt. Geo. M. Lynch, this city, is con-
ducting the normal school at KlIssinnlie,
during the absence of Prof. Tom F. Mc-,
Beath, who was called to Webster, N. tC.
on account of the serious illness' of his
little daughter.
Superintendent Guillianis of the Iast
Plorida Seminary' hbs returned from a
trip down in Levy County, where he
went in the interest of the Seminary.
Col. Giiilliams is a hustler. He is the
right man in the right place.

i-tnhu 's. 5 Mrs. J. I.. Cottrell and sister, Mins
returned froin ,ela Creighton, and the former's little
tKanapsha. son. Jaies, are guests of Mrs. T. B,
returned from j llis, having crime from their home at
in Georgia. Cedlar Key to put the little boy, who is
ransacted leal quite ill, under the care of Doctor. Me.
Lof this week. Kinstry.
[. Slater of
here Wednes. W. L H1ll, one of the New Vork life's
most popular and hustling represents-
Val in dr, but tives, returmel to the city yesterday after
will Moyerm an absence of several weeks in the
in sO inuaths. interest of his comurany and the coinpa-
any's agent. Mr. Iill says Mrs. Hill and
idWll to little Robert will return from St Peters-
burg about Tuesday of mext week.
heiffWalker came back from Bartow
Friday with a negro who il wanted for a
Robbery committed at Lennon some
months ago. As the witnesses were all
scattered the state 'would have had a
slim case, but the prilower plad guilty to
prietor, carrytig concealed weapon. and Judge
FrLedAman asesed KIxAln = and costs.-
FLA. Levy Diere m t, Jtdly aj.

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cALsiiiiNiO : MAC AY.T
the high standing NMrs. (.hirc,-ie, 11
Mackay, who wis.o be'iort hi-r s I'InIrritge
Mlss Katlherhin, or Kitly. Dtiior, tla,
desqetlidnt of it 1'1illty promlunnot Il?
New York socIety shinci theti days wsi'-
the iBrltish lheld sway on ltintliitltt's
Island. Kitty De tU Ittid C(hl'fenrje Miick,
ay were married on May 17, 1898, and
they havt ooe duitltgit'er, to wholi, in
splte of heir prolting social, Mrs*.
Maelaty ls entirely devoted, /<
Tho ihomnoof those ltelilnys lt at Halr-
bor Hlil; near lRomlyti, on Lonig island.,
It is olno of thi most anigwUilteent cou1n-
try setsl In Anirleli, imore thianl $1,-
000,000 having been 'oxprnl(de on the-
house and grounds. 'The mansion,
which Is tore than 800 feet long and,
t00 feet wide, sttiRds onI an emilnence
comnandin.nrg a wide view of thio mio
beautulti portion of Lonigl Islatnd It I*
situated In the midst of an estit of
O0 acres of park hla id,.
The late nillilonilro was devoted to
his daughter-ln-law, and the value of
his gifts to her if totaled up would
auiount to very ninny thousands of
dollar. oShe Is a tall brunette and be-
fore her uartrlage was conilidred one
of the inost heautiful itnd wIttiest girls
In Ootlnim society. Mle.ln Inis retalnod
all of Iher charni and. Is very popular.
The MNackays entertain lavlally In
their buoises In Amnerica ant l England.
Despllo his prelsiag business Inter-.
ents anid the demands on hltu mnado by
society Mr. Mackay linu foiind Ilain to
Interest hinlself In s1,ortling ninltter.
lie Is an anuatour nthlete intid uporlt
inan asid has h-cen n crhnaiplon played
at rackets. In recent year lia has
been gm',atly attracted to rnrIlng and
hasi a fine string of running horses.
The Mackay colors -turItiuolse blue
with black sash and a-ip-are ftumllal
to all frequenters of American race
tracks. Mrs. Macka y Is also greatly
tntr-'.. t "rJal s... port."

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Ntoi'ict it : 1i I'iI.ATTION FOR LITTIIRS
SI' r.NT.
Notice I lit'-. ,I giv-it that the utider-
sigeil, hav-inii i>, yti /vl I t asOciated
otIrselves into. ait c'r|llirl,,lit to ie known
ias Clyatt Cattlei i.'tiii:tiiy, iuinlr the llan.
I exed Articlelfs t oI f tOOiler itio 1, the
il iginal of which ihas t-.e i it -ie ini thet
ofilicte of the Secretary ol St ltit, ijj', o
July 27, 190-, aiIply to the iovet.lnr of
ttie State at l-lolida for Itittets p>t;n(
irupon said a-tiLcles of incorporath n
I.. J. (.Ir.v. rT,
W. R. T1i m"S,
ST. W. SlANI>.S,
\V. W. CLV T'r.

...f.i FFl ?GETS A te ,,li2i" \t ;tlolp'h i lii i xrint, Tacoma. was in ''' ( OF I I) C J' (
gSthe .ittv We witl:ess-thee. lt t11 O i ILOCK

IROWW '. IT 'it nc cr u has rturne0 CLARENCE O MA KAY, NEW HEAD
A fronU n pit ciioa visit to p-ints ill .evv OF GiiAT I tATE.
'- n i v' ;llililfl~iin ''.tor>- of I l t i ltllo t il. n nila Is
R lerfiard tCar nilter will leave today for atiu liti 'I.'ti ;r: m E lintit
Charged With Sellin l hiskeyv in M1',,o, 'llre,- ie', will spend a1 mouth with o0,perasttio,,-- i,'oi o ,t 'f se *I, Ili ind
f1ttHIles. A" a Dryv toUfllv. J II. P'. BIell and family have returned ci l lr il Iut rfo'd .lM:t.kiy, only
fromll a pileasat out lg in the vacinity of surlvti Soil ,l )lilprinipal hl, 1to th
Ceair Kev. 1
F IVE' W\HIT E N AR EST grllt ftortFnh, 1,N iy A*R il, '".Iiiim '
FI1VI HI MEN A PSI. -heriff lICmll naie a ig hanl yes- khig," I'Mi a in r 1 f e)' e lii: I li n
terday. Iook oult tigers; Wash'll get pronliln iit lin su"hil, iiinl 'iil .ilnd
Mon to have Commitment Trial i yot a t sh rLs s a r or,, rlh. Atlit iA, ho1 I only
()Old ilcwspapiers, suitable for wralppilig twig lw y-",i iiht "ir oit l. h It lilts al.
-One Trial Began Yes er- purposes, 15 ets. a huniidred or 2, tor5 ready itl etlo0id gren't lltislinss noi.-
day-Others Today. cts., t TIITa STAt frticer LSE iitid I ie1ii'tei a ltttlm Si.
i Airs, 0. WV. Pairli anla son Wallace' eossor li the world il' Itslinlless to lill
Sheiiff Fennell arrived in tile city have returned f o6it a delightful sojourn cutei Iiid tfarseovint' flitier, whose risel
shortly.after noon yestertili, living in at the White t1ilphiur Springs. froli hiiubh' i lik ir to ia treognl. custody five white men who are charged> Mrs. i,. llurkhnim aiil children have pQwIt' lt n the ittl'il.s A ol th world rellils
with telling whiskey iI a dry county. go1l to North Carolina to spetud there- like i romtiotle tble.y
The imnaes 01 the five are John Craig, iiainlder of the suimltner season. i t I li a rollithS. ill 11 tla
F. C. Reinhardt, Charlie Lewis, Toni S FranIHsoo. A\ ll< still a
. a einat, ar t Till llr. W. C. plague, candidate for sheriff chill li h wins takeli tolttd, aind hIA ed-
Hlarod and Sam b y, with them were frolli the town bearing his unate, was in ulnttion wits gnii tl Ined t fighIlidl tind
also a number of wituesse, the city Wednesday on business. france. Ils sojolli In l.'mropl. Hlowv-
Harrod was arraigned in County Judge it ever, hlis litn no w\;i ii T.,'tlo, Ills loyul-
Mason's court, and through his attorney, an M\rs."T. It. lDavis, a Worthy to his nittvo lainl, aild ihlet. coislilng
,vans I lnile, asked that the conliniitnient couple from Rocky Poiut, were transact- of ago te hits aint lt his bonlle in this
trial be postponed lobig enough for him to iig business in the city yesterday. ('ouinitry.
get some witnesses, by whuom defendant Miss Nora Tucker of Rochelle, who Mr. Mackiay ha i-tAin for lit ars sinlln
said lie could prove that lie hnad sold had been on a visit to her sister, Mrs. 1, his to'g110Oe Iys hit fict Idl(i)tlll til
no whiskey. Attorney B, A. Thrashe.r 1'. )Duke, returned honie yesterday, waiththe. v stt il)lri'-s I nt, vht(W o' Is
.- father. hl i s i t (1l. tll' r In t representing the State, objected to a .Cuni ty Commilissioner P. G. Ramsey, mterclitl Cableo tand 'rtltitgrilhll company
postponenteut. The court ruled in favor and his brother, F. M. Ramsey, were in annd the IoPstl Telograttilih compniiiy, of
of Attorney Thrasher, and the cuOmnit- the city VWednesdiay from Wiecahoota. both of which tih' elder Mhin'luy wiS
nient trial was proceeded with '1 h L,. H. Watermian Conipany makes president. Mr. Matktiy is tilso vice
T. \w, % VNN SWORN. the oily Fountain Pen that we know of president of the foritil.r and fourth
T. VW. Wynn Vaqs the first witness that does not drop ink. L. C. Smith. vteo i erosldeit of Ilio latter colmitiny,
Thermany W.iendsof 11.m 1as Watts willt w and It Is b llovol Owhl h. wwill tuciedi
sworn, anud he swore in substance as fol. The fniety fripids of H. F. Watts will is lather ati t hed of ti fthe o.
lows: I gave Charlie l,ewis 5o cents with bc pleased to know that he has about re- cerns. Of tlte yours the elder ,Mckllay
which to buy me a pint of rye whiskey, covered from his recent severe illness; ilhfted mu.) of tl hi burden of miniiitge.
lie went to the building formerly used Wte .lake a specialti-f A.-ine Plated ment to tho shoulders fof lilt sou. 'Tho
by George Rogers as i saloon andt got 'bleware of the Rogers make,. Prices latter hins also 'belln coiilnected wvih
thewhiskeyand gave it to It was right. all and see our stock. I, C. other coitlioerchll tltitotrst anud hltu
the whiskey and gave it to ie. Itwas shown great aptit lIde for Ihlsl'nes life,
rye whiskey. I drank some of it, and ,Mrs. J Ii. Holley and children are- The sochila postlion of the Mflickays
Mr.; Fred Reinhardt drank some. Oin visiting relatives in South Carolina, Is of the hIghlet both lin Amirlen anud
cross examiiatiou Wynn swore hle saw wIere t.hly expect to remdin tfor a month In E'lit l 1uc 1 of t1' i pretiageO i
the whiskey handed out to Lewis through or more dil toi Mrs. Joht). W. Mielkay iild to
a hole in the house.
I RINAltr woI reHli ueats, groceries and vegetables p-;f' l ,erv5 ....' *.-.. -.
F. C. RGiNHAR SWoN. ll, seid lie your orders or 'phone for ,..
F. C. Reinhardt swore in substance: I what yuui want. JG .. tlartold, 'I'hone0
saw T. W. Wyniu give Charlie Lewisso No50 25
cents to buy whiskey with. Lewis got 'B. F. McCall, Jr.,of Fairbanks, iand E. .
the whiskey. IL was rye whiskey. I VW. .illigan of Waldo, two prominent
drank some of it: naval stores operators, were in the city ',, *.N < '
Charlie Lewis swore in snilh.tance: .T. Miss Ollie Caripenter will ltilve today '
W. Wynn gave nie -o ce-nl to buy hinm for 1, where she will be the
some whiskey with. I bought tile whiia guest uf' fricinds during the remainder of
1- I I ,b,.1 t- l ;1 ... ... ,l~il,',, the stuninler, .

State of PlLorilna,
County of Marion. .
iJtfore the undiersignied authority per-
soinally aeme W.-W. CUyatt amid Vernon
Clytt to il n t be know to b e thepersons
lamledt i and whoi subscribed the forego-
ing articles of incorporation, who sever-
ally acknowledged sthe execltiin thereof
for the purposes therein expressed.
Witness iy hand and official seal, this
.2jilI day of May, A. 1) 1i a.
[Notary Seal J A.milt' K. rG li,
S. Notary 1'ublic,
State tof Iloridua, I
Alitltlia <;ounty. 5
before I lie uiilersigKnrld Iltliority per-
sonally cumie I.. .J lyautt, W. R.'J houias
rind T. W. bhanils to tie known to be the
lperstonla.naanfa in and who siilncriled the
foregoing articles Wf ii nor oratioH, who
bev-rally acknowledged thle execution
thereof for the I nrlme therein expressed.
WitieSS iamy hIanl iai official seal, this
1i3tjh hay (f J intt-, A. 1. I ju,.3.
[Notary Scaul. ) EVANs IAILL,
Neuiar) publicc State of.Florida;
State of I'orida,
COlunily i Levy.
i-fin lie t unIlersigned authority per-
,oinaally came -.. O. Drunamond to me
iuiewlU to be the person na=auJ in and
whiu saiisbcrtbedl the Ioregoiag,articles of
incorporation, who acknoweded the ex-
ecution thereof for the purpose therein
Witness iny hand and official seal, thills
th day of May, A. D. Igo3.
otary Heal J N. R. Vt' I a
Notary Public, Stait of Mlorlda
at Large, Expilresp Ieb, 15, 1904.

Have you tried Glddcing Hltar Q
Others have tried it and p
good For male at 'B.'i3.tti
Boe, Gainetvlle, sWd
ltore, lighprhi ..- .

The .STAR ls $1 a


Your Chickens 1iCfa,
Vegetables, and iu fac a
kinds of Country ?

Highest Prices for Coun-
try Produce, and Sell as
Cheap as the Cheapest. .

V. when you waiti
ple and Fancy
w"Give usr a ri
a alileVA



0. 26.

C. 0. Dl)ausIMMONO.

\\\', thte iii.i'-rignied, hereby associate
(i'isA'\cs t.,g'ihetr lihr the purpose of in-
i.' rite11 iiiidcr the laws of the State of
lFlorida. "
A.S.c. r. I .
TilCe LInte of said corporation shall be
Ci. Ti'rr C .\ ri.A CtIPANV, and its prini-
cipal hIce { > ihsiinenss sliall be tames-
villc, Florida, but the Said Colnpanuy may
have such othiir ottices anld places of bus-
iness its nuay bi provided by the by-laws
The general nature of the business to'
Ie traisaieted by said corporation shall
lnu th raising, buying and selling tor
illietrwise titalihtIg .or trading ini cattle,
ihoitscs, sheep, goats, hogs, 'and other
kindtls (if live stckl taldi antituiiils; t1. buly-
nipg, selling atitl dilsposing of' ill kiiilis ol
\itres, ulerihatlidise, ineatsi oodi,
tilber,fr tuits, giaiti, and all other pro-
dlictts .of autil, aild rhle growing of sutch
products; theil bi) iiig, selltig atul miort-
giigilg of ueal estatte of all kinds; the
ownititg, :'ied operating of sAwniilIA, grit.
mills, olttoniigins and oil .nmsills; 'ilso the
coiistructiig, ..owninig i aund operating of
icld atotage and packillg points. and fla-
ctlitle.; ttil igelieially the doing slld per'
forming of t iia nectlsary acts and the ex-
erisiii'g oft il privileges conferred by 'the
laws ot liliftda upon sunuilar corporath 'tis.
Tlle capitr. stock of said oi rporationi
still be twenty tholisanid l dollars, divided.
into two hmunred!: of the par value
of one hlunidred dollars each. '1 lie
oialioit of stock hereto subscribed .shall
lie paid in in liil| ini cash by the ticondl
Monday in tOctulier, 193. Tle stock. re-
mnuiitlitg in the treasilury thall be disposed
of in mt-h mantiner and according to such
tel iis us the ioard of l)irtcloIs nA3y pre-
Owitlie, of whicit niot exceeding fifty
.sltreis lay be isstied as preferred stock
hy re.olutilnol of the liuirdl.
Shaicitop c orortion iiliall exist for a term
ti llfty yelH a.
AIt'I.icit v. ,
The baishiess of Said corporation halll
lie conducted anid managed by a presi.-
luent, vice-prestiient, Atcretary aid treas-
turer to he elected by t Ioard of dirtitors,
aidl at board of live directors to be elected
by the stockholders, and such other of-
ficers anil agents as their directory mav
provide htor. Tl'he ollices of secretary and
treastrr nmay be. held by the slliite per.
T The hourd of directors shall ie elected
at it stockholdeta' nieeting to be held ona
thc second Monday in Octoler ot each
al, every yeiir. The directors 'shall
adopt necevasry bry-luwa for the govern
linelit of thUe b iard ilind company, alid
shajl appoint, au i employ such other of-
litters afti agetitt as they may dteui neces
itly and proipvr. -
lthe olitcers of said corporaitiiin who
will condultl tit -business o the corfora-
tioit until thi me elected at the first ialiinal
Imletilg of tlhet stockiuolders (on' the sec.
0uid Monday in ()toaber, 1903, shall be
Itinlified, are; I,. .1. Clyatt, iPremidetitl
e. W. Slaailids, Vice.lre-sident; Vreinou
Clyati, Secretary and Treasirr; t. J.,
Clyai.t, T. W. Shands, Vernon Clyatt, W.
W, Clyitt and W. R T-ionlas, Dlrectoro.
As'ertcl. VI.
The highest iiil, int of Indlebtedne s or
liability to which Mliil company call at
any time slubject itself slalsh be, forty
thousands dollars.
A lt'l'ICI, VIt.
'f'he allnie antll residences of the 1heor-
porutors of said corporation and the nsiiu.
er of slharet of its Ftockt shiserlbete for'
Iy eatwh are hereto by tWhem severally
W. W. Clyatt, Ocala, Fla. Ten shares,
Vernon Clytilt, (Ocla, Ilta. Ten stiare.
SL. J. Clyatt, <>ainisville, Pia. Twenty,
five shares. .
C. 0. Dritiiiiolnd, Chieflitid, via,
Four thiare. .
T,, WV. halistii taiiieiville, Flit. Seven
teW4 t rhlinrst"t ,Va T
eW. r. 'lionmiti, Oatieavlle, rila. Tein
shares. .


Fancy Stationery.


Opposite Brown House,
Near A C. L. Tioket Oflee.

--m I I I .

UInder and by virtue of a finial decree
made and rendered by floor. J. T. Wills.
Judge of the Eighth Judicial Circait of
Florida, i) aud for Alachuia county, fu
chancery sitting, on the lxath day of June,.
A, D, 903, wherein A. 0. Steenburg is
complainant, James McCaalin and linity
McCaslin are defedtiants, in a certain
cause there pending. I, E. D. Turner,
as special master in chancery, by appoint-
menil oif the court, will sell at public auc-
tioin ltftir the court house door in the
city ofi tiinesville, Florida, on Monday,
Ute i,Il is of AUguiu, 19o3, during the
legal I ums irf sae M nil that certain lot,
tract an.I i.parcel of lainl situated in.the
county of Alnclhun. i thlie State of Flor-
ida, and more |rlirli'tnlarly described aa
the east half [ 1 '41 of section seventeen [17] in town-
shlitp eight f(~], south of range, seventeen
17 east.
Also personal property to-wit: One
black mare with star in forehead, age ten
years. One single lorse wagon, painted
red. Pour tuilch cows, with calves,
branded () X, marked in left ear crop
ansd one plit in right ear crop and two
splits. ,
Together with all and singular tlie ten-
emnents, hereditaments and appurten.
asces to the said helotngig. or in anywise
appertaining. .o
Said property is to be sold ats thle prop-.
erty tlie said James 1 cCaslin et al to
sat sfy and pay said decree, fees and
costs. U. I Turas,' r
W. 11. lPAlmR, Special Baster.
.Solicitor for Complainant.

ElrEl l' YLE

Itepresonthig a number of .'prod-
inent Anmert0ni and iEnglislh csO-

Abstract and Really Compaoll
E. E VOY.LE., Manager.
Get an abstract of title to land be.
fore buying, After paying. tile pur-
chase tottley there it often no redreo
for tax sales and uncanceled suort-

...ahattan "A" Typewriti
A Hundred-0ollar, Type-
writer for,$50
Guaranteed for one year. *old on
monthly payments at a slight advance
to respoible.t parties. Typewriter
ibboins for varIous machines.


i '. .its oy. v;


Ice Cream, *
Ai Rocola, Metto,s
And all other delitious--



qo- A, ~A LWALa n j LOPI'PRf'o0
1.1-- -L.:Y 9l~il .'



I Supreme Pon
Church I


Though Long-Expected T"
the Grim Reaper Shocked
and Whole City is in Mo
Ing-Pontiff WaS Nin-
three Years of Age an
His Reign Mricat

Pope, x II, tl he ,lIlr'**.r
S of tho Iinmui Cathill Ii h rchli
I .from f-arih in (Ile i ill-r la n
Itly, at four o'clock Mnond
Soon at the riag. of niu-)I'y hrs
To the law iOlh pope fnfm g s
though to all 1 h- tl,- lard-il li w
to leave. .J tr1. Ilrfiilo the f
came, he nriovl.- hih lips fo
though a parrlihg in.- .c.aI s
to find strf-In lli f-,r I iI,reiA H
last articulanil w,,rl-, k v rc a
The nwsH ( f tlih p us- 1 deai
rapidly thrniughit HIto i( atil
a most pronoune :il s'-nieatifn
his demlse had bic ii hourly
for two weeks. lhe I iilho
Early In the day n sleti' had
to the visit whit h:iel lee
,quenly made to tihe, Irtl m o
ttp iontiff.
S Pope Leo died In liirtn-s
:- Standing, as he declard-l ho
S" t least performing his dull

'iZmnsedltely following the
lj' pe cable dispatches
a were dispatched to
the world, advising tho a
and foreign gonvrnme
1Beore night fell m
Of condolence rouarch
Coming from emperors,
l rlorers and high chlur
abroad. Tho vatl-an
N deluged with thosn nme
I'.Thbe death of the pouo bri

WJlWdespread change In all thie aldmin. to be held. T'no bishops will cele- To wor allel a
9te departments of the chmrctu lrnto pontifical mass, probably in the -Troops ware called out Bain-
SeOnallderably Influoncns quesutnn., i athdolrls of their dicnoe while fun- bride, oa., at an early he ou Saturda
Oturph policy. The change within ral masses will be said in all Catholic morning to protect the jail, owing to
trata fets practically all the hures. the threat of a mob which held iup a
atinfcan affects practically all tho hL rrhes. deputy and demanded the keys to tie
:-lOM0tals from the highest to tho low. After the interment of tho pope ll.y
\. Wti, prayers will heo htol in the Catholic
' l he chef International questions churnhers asking that t'vlie guidance -Michlgan beet suger men are co.t-
b-Which may be affected by the death rof may attend the labors of the conelat- siderlng the pracilcaballty of erootl.ig
he'' pope are those connected with thu ory In their Clectilon of a successor to a large anse factory at Valdosta, Ga.
Prslon of religious orders In Io XIII. Farmere around Valdosta have agrecl
Mi*ee, the change of Iho clergy In Secretary Hay Wires Condolence. to raise lfficlent cane to supply the
h now Spauish-American Iposso- The state department at Washing- plant.
l., the selections of the successor ton upon learning of othe death of th --The federal grand Jury at Mjnt-
:: he late Cardinal aughan and at- pope, sont the folowlng cablegram to gomery, Ala., which has Ileen Inveal-
,tt questions connected with the Canrdnal Rampolla: gating the peonage oases In Alabama
_oUstration of the church in Cng- "Cardinal Rampolla, The Vatican, made its report to Juldge Jones Fri-
SRomeo-Th-e president desires me to day and adjourned.
i f4 the newspapers In Rome, include express his profound sense of the loss -In Alk n count, South Carolina,
those favorable to the present in. which the Christian world has suS n mosa aro chasing nnegrrou lo avonge
tt pul, pblish long eunglstalo ar- taneod In the death of his holiness, I ho dealh of Posrinuantr Hall, as Chln-
'about the defunct. The only din. Leo XIII. By his lofty character, his qutepln. Two negrone have alreatly
idant note was struck by the social. great learning and his comprehenelvo been klllnd.
":t organ, Avantl, which says: charity he adorned his lofty stanion -A rece r ha ben appointed I.
SWe socialists, without dilndain, hut and niade his reign one of the most New Joreay fr the HSitllern Car and
'.With Indifference, pai 114 hofore this illustriouis as It has been one of the "ndry Cmpa which is liant
o rpse and await the now eonmy." longest, In the history of the Cathollo n ,h and T
SThe Italian government han renew chiirc'h. at Annlston, Ala., .Mmphin and Ie.
..... .. In.. ., -T % i noro, Tenn.

ied the n mosL elorRotic orders, I'r'
1teler ZanardellU attending to the work
Personally, to Insure order about the
V.:, Utan, but it ccannol and will nit
.taka participation tlirt tly lu the
m ~burnlng.

S hronology of Pope Loo's Life.
lr' or i at Carpineto, Mar'ch 2. 1. 1i;
Sthtered college at lionIo. 1S21; nInm-
'itaUlated at Gregorlan uimlviersy.
!i'-801; Dintered co.logo of Nhle if ,l- Is..
;;1'tlteics, 1883; appointed domloe leh tu'
'.Ahte 'by Gregory XVI, 1837; rrefeindliv
cottur of Segnatura Mnri' hI lj. s:1;:
er of priesthood confr'rrod [)( i..
t~ 1, 1837; ap)slolle doilgRhtgnc ai I.i-.
.iento, 1837-1841; govoilnor of Sploleto.
41-1843; papal nit tlnt nl Itrnu- Is.
I *48"13484; arebblhisp of I'eriu in.
I, 184; created cardinal ].clk' ,-inler Vi.


e'neatlonal Aftermath of Peonage
Trial In Montgomery, Ala.
In the United Statos toi.rt ni Milt-
Iomery, Ala., Mondnay, lrh.-t-hhr Tlar
.aer, hobargd with peonaRp-. whlo .nn
'tried last werk. but, Ihe juir tfniliiii: ic
,aree, was discharged by Jitl:'- .lI,.
I,',ltlh a severe reprimand, appear. I 111
V.1Donru wllh his allorney and i

giS n')l JUII IIHAY.
--rt has agamn lion Rtated that the
TO COLONIZE TIMBER LANDS. big Toxaway dam, in In 'le I'iednint re-
I glon, is tInanfs andl ars are ennior'
Westerners to Settle on "Cutover" talnod In nuortiorn Houth Carolina
Lands of Lumber Company. 'that great damage may lc dcone by its
A deal hna b,' ni made botwe n P. breaking.
K. YOIngI. inanagRir orf the Southern -tHart failure, due to ,vir-fmotion,,
Stalea Ilnnimbr Company, itnmi Thomas Is gIven as the casei of the sudden
1I. Hamsin ail FredePrliC W NlOIwn, of death of Grand Cli-rf Ap'-htr.
Chicago. wlihero'y the latllr camo Into -Presldent Rnnosese t has in-
IoHn1mosslon of o10.i0 Hares of cut over nollnced that on tilt retlrement fl
tlmber lanils in Ilaldwin county. Ala Ge neral Mills. GOneral Young will
bama, front which the Smoithern Btates succeed to tio coninmmnd of the arniy
lunilbr C'niompny h as been cullting Oeneral Wood will lie promotenld
logs for many yearn. major general.
The o uirchasore Intend to colonize -At the convention of ginnere ,)
a niumlh't of western fatrmnrs a n. Alabama. at Montgonimry Werlnesday.
stocltratsf.rR on tho :racl. They tdl- a Texas Inol weevil was slhowIt. tank
ronely own a ronnilderablo amount of en from a largo In Alabanti
farming Innd it thini section which will wilh Ithe statement that Ihe Insect was
lio utC for tho Hame piirpose. i doing great dlamnge I tho crop.

Wright to Be Surrendered. -A lhenrh warrant hnas eliin isqteil
Acllng Serrarv .,of state oomi for George W Ilavere, Ilot inerly n
Ac tg high olal : l hihsofIficl if itoin arnt-int
Issueoil hi warrant Monday for the It is allegedly thau Iti'ner.l,- it .'-.1
sH'rrondeir to I llo ritilsh authorities of brlbis while in office..
Whitalker Wrlight, tho Iontonn iro- -Secrc-rnry inlv IinH mindle puhill il i
noteor, who IH charged with finnnclal text of the .1owials i plcitloni which Rn.:
Irrngular:.tloa an stnnds conintll, : a ala refusal to receive. (fci inor l'-or
N",w York. roll and the niemlesr-s of Iteo th'orstia
logleslntiro were nmong tilsh shlrni .

iuillty nnl wasa finil $l.irnt. unerai or Mrs. Blaine.
itering thih plrn nof giilly the aI.! The rtemalns of theo Inlt Mr. Jamoes
; airley aisa l hi uklm dcr the laww ns Id, i' t1 1.1In1. widow of the former sLc-e-
eaared by Jui,-. Ji,--- hlich he dl.1I :ir4y It scm. wlio dltd a few silys ago
question. his (hircni IfrnlcI In Aii'iiAi". Maine, wn-tri iiirrmdl nt
$0i1lty. hbiiu llht II. ,i 1I us' y 1y O itk I vtin'melory in WVnshilngton
ledge of ',-"i. ii,., "..i :Mni-riuy

pt N* Appeared in L-rge Numrnhf,.
Near Montgon'ery
L i a l Worm. wbhlcb i t.. r, I .. ,

i';pQp (ti0 lurTe ro I'lae i ,I .

. *'-ilah alie i a uu itb u' I ,,'
--"!", WI nle i tb clly h<.i. Jz.-l
,4, ,lB',at suwd a w'-ietgu'owu c',D i
"'i M~,~l uat .u.ltirp llar wbjlr I,.
i t W A&tMiiitrli r ....... .-...


District Attorney In New Orleans Shot
Dead by Old Enemy.
p N-w Orleans. Monday nmrniig,.
'* Atiorticy J. Ward Gurley was
*1.111.,l in his oflhce In ('annl
S" I nslls W yI.ns. rotmerly
.. 'hl murinlirer. afrtlr shont-
,"''rnr- fiirneeld she weapon
t', '' r 1 i pui two bullets In his

,A 'r r, i l. I,, Ityons harboron for
s-'c-.rut .-. ar .Ne s t1 he district at-

-Soveralne offhert tif tPorntigil's anricy
I have bi'ti nrrt-l t(cl on a linorge co nspiring ngaRilmi it ;Ig ('hiarlc.4.
-Nenr Norway. (' whi.'rt- a tie
gro was resciitly lyin ht'ld natil ito
blacks thrcaitne' d t( ti'initlnnl, I(it
whiles, a negro klleldl a postlnaltei
i Wednesday.
-Mre. JnniaR 131lne, whilow cl
the great republican. tdll V Wiednesida
at the old homnistead 1in Au\gusti
--The oKentucky repuiblicans. in
state convention, IndorJcil Presidont
hloosevolt for 1904.
-At Maysvllle, Ky., a mob lynchedi
Thacker, a whlie ann, who had been
gvlon a tire sentence for murder.
-It Is announce, that Rttssla has
no Intention of abandoning Manchu-

S, r *"lio fur Tho trag- ---Castro's forces have surrounded
S- -y OCludad Bolivar. which Is held by the
Tmc.. -UmWPef IN TOF PORELCJiSE MORTGAGE. rebels, and an attack is expected.
, -M. Lobet.-a Frenchman, is in the
gt oHi Famon ei... ;ut 4 *rouuI Ayab United bbtatP Unltad States to promote his scheme
t si',, ,..4 t build ni i CtUmpafny for an all-rail route from New York
e ttleii ,, lu i w i, n u 1i n isy United to Parits
a "."'t i i .ilrr'aU!1 4urs a Trlat s, N, J.. -It is reported In London that
sli ci0 ,, ii,, M "u ct lt tir l, CuMpay, of Unilted -States war ships bave seoled
Su. 's tur w t- lo, taOU th be coast of Dorueo twenty Islanda
S n',. i" lrl tw Uln g di ~laa Pni O o ..GOrat Britain.
,1 ,, t,.a At. gllg L~3 "In-A hoa political fight la on lt AI-
.;. "'Li ,s-t it #. e w tsF Ga ., fort toeaUton,, the lpMc;.
d .i4B., *~ beLoit tbq Cfthllethahesn4,
,,'Pcd I ~. i

According to The London Chronicl
the action of America In annexing tie
Islands off Borneo raise an exceed
ingly delicate situation and the Brit
Lsh foreign office has asked Washing
ton for an explanation.
The Islands concerned, says the pa
pet, are a group of seven which orlgl
nally belonged to the sultan of Sului
from whom they passed by a charter
In 1881 to the control of the rltilsl
North Borneo Company, whose offl
cors confirm that they are undoubted
ly British territory
The American aide of the question
as given hy the United States emban
sy, says The Chronticle,,Is that the is
lands are undoubtedly Amorlkan o:
right of couquchi. having hblongerl ti
the Philippines and the sultan of Huli
having confirmed and acknowledged
American supremacy over them
The Islands had never been oc'ii
pled by any European nation, and I
Is unknown whether Rpain ever recog
nized the trading treaty wlilh o-xlst
ed between the liorneo companies and
the inhabitants of thie Islands.


State Convention In Louisville Names
a Full List of Candidates.
At the second day's session of the
Kentucky state convention at I.,uic,
llle. the following ticket was nuomi
naotl :
For Governor, Morris nf. Bllknap
of Louisville.
For Lieutenant Governor--J. R. Wil
holt, of Ashland.
For Treasurer--John A. Itlac ol
For Auditor-George W. Wclbh.
of Danville.
For Attorney General-W-llllam
Beckner, of Winchester.
For Secretary of State--J. C.
Spelght, of Mayfleld.


Secretary Hay Notifies B'Nal Brith
of Russian Ruler's Action.
A Washington special says: It is
stated by the secretary of state that
the. incident created by the question
(if tho presentation of the Jewish pe-
tition to Russia li closed. The state
dlroprtment Friday made public the
correspondence that has taken place
rI'ecslcting the petition,
Ii Is slated by Mr. Riddle, Unilted
Stat s charge at SLt. Petersburg, that
the foreign ofcs would not receive it
und!cr any. clroumstance, and Se=ro-
idry Hay Informed the B'Ntal
Ilrlth commlitee In a brief telegram.


Called By Chairman Parker to Meet
In Denver, Colo., July 27-29.
National Committeeman Joe A. Par-
ker, of Texas, and Id Msiten. of Com-
rado, has Issued a c1ll for a confer-
ence of popItllsts and fualonisls to be
he!d at Denver, July 27. 28 and 29.
The populist. organlsatlona In the .a-
rions states are asked to send dele-
gates and an earnest invitation is ox-
tended all dissaUtlfled democrats and
republicans to be present and consid-
er the political situation. -


Floride Negro Tremp la Sent to His
Doom for Crime of Asaault.
A negro. tramp by the name of Ad
anm was lynched by n groee Thuia
day nlght In Santa Pe awss ap neat
LbtE iftler, 1L The negro had bra
tattB S*PIZI a colored wmian a fIw
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LAIMS POPE 'rLEO.. Creamof-New.Zi
rea of Uted Btates is Officlly Informed
S I 14P 4 I I I 4 I I I i4i' that Hebrew Petition Will. Not
be Received-Advice Heeded,
tiff of Roman Catholic l "rlif Sumrmary of Most'
Important Events A Washington *ppclaJ says: It Wa
Passes from Earth. ofr s ch Day. learned Thursday night that the stlte
S I department had received a reply from
-Colqultt .county. Ga., farmers who Hussia stating that It neither. would
[NE 19O; made cardinal C"amrnerlengo, July, ralle sheep sold their igil rlip at receive nor consider the matter of tsie
1877; elected pope February 20, 1878; Moultrie Hattrday, realizing $15.l'-0 Jewish petition on the subject of tae
revived Roman Catholic hierarchy in on the sale. Kishlnef incident.
S-.,iland March 4. 1878; encyclical con- -Ths funeral of JuNliic0 Samuel 'This information came in the form
l.-tullling communists, seclallem and ni- Lumpkli, of Ihe Georrgla state su.
un ph cf I.lll n,1. December 28, 1878; encyclical premo ouinrt. occurred Monday morn. of a cable dispatch from M.n Ridd!o,
Rom ', I g.tilsi heresy and goclallam, Novent- Ing at the old Lumpkin family burying American charge at St. Petersburg. *o
urn- rr 3. 1882; r0boitfsed ,unity of Italy ground In Oglelhorpe county. whom was committed the delicate
urn I. uber 7, 18bi; encyclical conlerinlnt -The encampment of the First task of inquiring of the Russian gov-
ty- liinrallam, November A, 188;, colO- eorgia cavalry began at Savannah ernment as to its attitude with re-
Id leratod golden jubilee 187; ctlebraied Monday. A troop of the event Uni- aspect to the presentation of the petl-
grand Jubilee, 188; enrycillcnl on U- ted States cavalry Is taking part. tion.
:ilallim and labor, May 1il. lb9l, cele- -Renewal of feud Is feared at it Is believed that this will end the
rated 8 piscopajl jiuilr-n. Icriruary, Jackson, Ky., if court orders inveati- matter and that no further steps will
1893; Isniff suod app al l gland for 1o- nation of charge of attempt to bribe. be taken by this government to bring
S tonli nlon of Chrlntsienlm April 14, Is9; I wen not to testify, the views of the petitioners to the
i lso-.eil ,.elobrated ilxtllih annlvrsnary of his --Governor Aycock, of North Caro- attention of Russia, although as yet
n i,,tem first ma1s0a ebrofry 1: l I le, Mlaed lina, has received a letter from King no consideration has been given by
Ly aftr I!1 a leabr atf nlvrsl-h Jubled, May Carlos of Portugal thanking him fotr the president to the course to be pur.
e yearn. arch 2, 1900; clebra l onslitory and the courteous treatment extended Por- ouod In the light of Russia's response
for life created eleven nw cardinals Jum e 19, tuguese who were wrecked off the to our Inquiry.
as ready 190. Die d Mon ny, July0, 1903, North State coast. The reply that Russia would make
as ready 1903. Died Moitday, July 20, 1903, at o al cstlons on the bect -I
nal end tLhe age of of 93 -Four persons were killed by train to all suggestions on the subject -
nbly ed How New Pope is Elected. while they were walking n the track the Klshinef massacre was forecasted
obly. a r t enitr ,or at least the twelfth near Cincinnati Hundly. by the Associated Press some weeks
ago in an authorized statement, when
itriggled cny after the death of the pope the -The funeral orf C(hief Arthur of the public was defunltel staforme d that
on. Hist conclave assemble i for the election rotherhiol of lornlolvoe lnginoort Rusbia regarded the affair a an lntee-
bonedllc- for the now pontiff. It Is held at the took place Monlday at Cleveland o nnl matterasto which she. In the e

bh sprel walls of thle vatican. Charles mory Bmith replies to the refhsa to receive suggestions from
d caused On the day fxed for the meeting of rI rli'ism made by Proctor, of the civl4 any other government or outsline
Though the conclave the cardinals ases'mhlo. service commission. source
expected and once within the conflnno of the -At Basin, Wyo., Suiday, a mob u
:ity is In conclave the massive doors are shut stormed the Jail and took therefrom ISLANDS ARE OUR OWN.
and with double lorks nnd from the two condemned murderers and lyn-h.
been pit moment until tho pontiff is elected no ed them. During the attack on the
n so rreu poison is pernitimed ti pass In or out. jail a county officer was killed. Great Britain Han Never Had Any
f the dy News Posted In Washingtont. -The kin of Hpann faa approved Claim to Territory Seized Off
The news of the death of the pop e cabinet Borneo by American Warships.
1, It not was communicated to Monsignor Fal- n c .Theforeign of n ndon has n
would he, conio, the papal delegate In Washing -Chance o war between Japan and The oregn oce n ondon has n
es to the ton, by the Assoclated Press at 12:45 Russia over the .lanchurlan question Information of the reported seizure u
clockk Monday afternoon. Monslg- la Increasing dally, some twenty islands off the coast o
Death of nor Falconlo will isnesu an address -King Idward and Queen Alexan- Bornoo by American war ships. No
and ttel. to the bishops under his jurisdiction, dra's trip to Ireland has been mapped. much Importance is attached to thb
all parts which Include all those in the United They start next Baturday.
sovereigns. States. Informally this will be mdde --rThe Hourdot family at Paris, to report, although r inquiry
ntas if t;o first Itroughmh the press as the most whose house thu bodies of Charles made. It ls asserted in the Brlllsl
any Iolo. prrii)nt manner of cornmunleating the l air and wife were tlhen after the capital that the United States nav:
1 tIhe vail- anl Inlelligonco to be forwarded by automobile accident, are nr.t sallillie department has prepared a chart
kinnsi. I i it;ill advices as quickly as those can with the $100 sent them by the do- showing the American possesalons Il
Ih dgllRilt Ilpr Dpared. The lhhops In turn will ceased's relatives. the Far te pa which wrt as bmttmed t
n ofcerHs b issue circulars to tho churches nf their I The trial of Mrs. Onto Tannnr, Secretary Hay, but Great Bproan ha
snages. 'Ilocose announcing the pope's death chagnd with poisoning her husband, received no official notificatio on th
ngs aboull and indicating the character of.service will occur In GaInesville this week e d ok.f l

iV nn rr-lardel-d Ily v'c-vr i important fa I-.
S JOINT BOARD IS FORMED. iors. Thi, handling of ,he or.r hardly. nl~l LUMBERMEN TURNED DOWN.
-- -'specially ithi. nri' ntil pn kiu zu and
Matters Relating to Army and Navy marketing of rlt. .rril. nre inir,. r-rilleil Judge Speer Refuses to Grant an In.
In Hands of Eight Offieero. )p4.ration.. nsI, r-rquirv- niors. kllful l ". Junction Against Railroads.
Secretary Root an Seretd crta.y or n t lan .e li ea with .ithl.r olirhni i At Mount Airy. Ga., Thursday
Moody Friday issued the following fri.t4. 'rnio fi, rngs svhih ,ilt u- lthe, Judge Emory Speer handed down his
joint order: frnlI t7o rot i9, eaitly jusl If I rli.-n decision In the case of the lumber-
"The department of war and ther dr in if III i wir-,ilsr it ilN anid t ,, men against the railroads and denied
pertment of the navy have agree I "1l,> Wtt't4l kI t... I,-l.s,1,n4.a ., i, li1.- t.. ihe injuinctioni asked by the saw mll
upon the formation of a Joint hoard,. tir- rr-, I r .,rn. r ,lr, itelnrra d T.IIh' men on the ground that the matter Is
to be composed of four olcecrs of the early sr'-rule -i'I rl p-ariy hiltr4o,, ,.i, f now b before the Interstate commerce
army and four of the navy, to hold thl tr-&' :..-l he rp to f.t commission and states hat the court
stated sessions and such extraordir.,r l Ii ffr'4- ri lat o prlrr frnol. ;inel il wll withhold act io
ry sessions as shall appear advisable Ititillty 'if their ,Ily s, nn ,'ntil nll,l The saw mill men sought to re-
for the purpose of conferring. disCuss' t>'mkh eirn 71 rnih rit linprnprl.rly r 8
Ing and reacng commn concluln, b' nshlrl esi rtirnrs rrnhcrrs .ly- strain the railroads from putting Into
regarding al mreng comoalling onr thc hn ll* rnrl a ,lr lit I cfflc(t an advance or 2 cents on lum-
regarding all migttera calling frer the .ihti, urn.rn ,t an orthards a iititr titlt rates from Georgia points beyond
co-operation of the two services." talrink rtulmry Itlfi | hOr rates from Georsia points beyond
-..- -.. the Ohio and Misssissippi rivers.
rFtow rfe ro 1 11s t4 wro.
ThijrKOR A WANTI O l ldliff ter ,f npiilnin WOULD-BE LYNCHERS FOILED.
KOREA WANTS OPEN PORT. smr,,A frrmll.;rnsmon asI to the le,':t
WAwYy r1r, plsi t o,ri, s.. fOrito, inin Colored Mob Broke Down Jail Door,
Permission Ia Asked of China to Let ; r ,n it ; ilo'rtmai Colored Mt.ob Bro s Don Jail Dor
Dow the at But Missed Their Man.
Dowrean theBare at WlJu.Pkin hs Irtrp iv- lf,;,,r*e h i.hl thinioi The jail at Brooklyn, a suburb of
The Korean minister at Ps-kin has frI, i ,l .),rtl inlol. r.%, ,St t. Louis, Mo., Sunday night,
SI r- hrit i was broken open by a mob of negroes,
ela-n orice, to Inehrteet the Ch flnos r i "fls-a o ;r tot ,ui a a rl .- ty. while desilro It was to lynch one of
Pad PM .yr;ty p Mu1.,1r rf 1 all v iithe. r h own color for an attempted as-
minister at Meoul to authrlzen Korra 1I' e I ,rtv.try llhnaiip WAn its-n nv all t on a negro woman earlier in the

to o s W Kora, ,to fs tw ,rr, 0 ^ni. Tlhi h. e troyer fly day. Their intended victim, however
as a la s of Mo utual m l efrim iAs 0.911s un' elr a Thori Ii.hv. r li ndrme P %lehrts ad been previously removed 4i d aat
Fhiasikn encroachtrnen, but his Psrum in 7t55er i sI h
is regarded as futile. tb h sgert 5iinh h4il nhor ps t o dIUrillt. Rt ottels for safe keeping.
Ina*l ?'1 Bt. a frea ahsi pcismirlePl
RrOWT t'tfms rrIII.m"n tilt ilfown lice COACHES WERE 81DE-SWiPED.
NsEGrOCRO WOMAN EtssECUTD. & "1 fuNssk of hiritlsh. ut slli
N"U Ir ~f ; n1' A "Mll. h h Two Excurslonstal Fatally and rer
Paid Penalty f tr Murder of Gir .. .- ..-l-.. Others Seriously Injuted.
White Mon Also Swung Up. 1 t. i ti. By the side-lwpl of t8tnst,
At South MeAleotft. aInd. T., i t '~ Pt~a l.s1n Ew jniu, t Kaaisamt B wth r fdew ipyg of t s tws
Dora Wrlghbt. a egr1 ,s, m we Ilat ,Y"u l tht,*t hrb ,of t)i. ,n tin,, n II Acrlonlate were fatally, four te
tor the murder of A-s le W1Ii a ftwv k an,, 1 thun a12 weCm ans the riously and six badly .hrt'",s the)
7-yesr-.old ngro girtMw. S l emud "euis g e- 7, of this tlstwil, wore-atenris the unlef ~m to*ot 12
the seatold wlthoat ta f 4 W tPeiF s- 8.-kfor rho family, IC1411U uadY A
t aor titr MIN atly Ofew 411 i An ,* at stt. Ar S yE
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Beloved Associate Jutile of Geogia PowerS ho as O at td. .
Supreme Court Strickeon by In the aenautiou mudner case at L-
the rim R aper. ain, 0lel. suspicion appears to havc Br an Scores Ex-President
Fallen on Father .Walser mainly on nc- S orest -Ermi
Samuel Lumpkin, a tJust ountof the action of the bloodhound In Severest Terms
Of thesu Omecourt of Georgia, diad which were brought to the scene of tha ____
of the supreme court of Georgia, deld murder. Of course, there is the ad-
very suddenly In Wilkes county early tIlticnal circumstance that Father Wnl- TA K IN PHICAGO
Saturday morning, ier was In the house and had a chance MAKES TALK IN CHICAGO
The immediate cause of Judge o commitathe crime, but that Is a-n
-thkImdediate washemorrhadge ofsxtremely slight ground of suspicion.
Lumpkin's death was hemorrhage I f The bloodhound is, in one respect. Nebraskan Alleges That Cleveland
the lungs, though he bad been In fall- rry like the human detective. Ito- Stood In With Corporat'ons and
Ing health for more than two years, nance has been busy with both. 'The that Odium Still Pursues
Judge LnmDkihn'os death was very supernatural InteUlgence of legions of the Democracy
sudden *nd wholly unexpecteJ. lio id sleuths has been Illustrated In fit-
quickly did the stroke come that it lon, from the pages of Dickens and ---
was Impossible for a physician to i'onan Doyle to those of thousands of At Chicago, Saturday, William Jen-
reach Ifia bedside, lime novels. Thills has produced la the nings Bryan addressed several thou-
Judge and Mrs. Lumpkin had been minds of the people a confidence in the sand enthusiastic democrats at the
In Wilkes county at the home of Mr. wonderful skill of detectives which is a democratic pd ats at Brads
Richardson only a few days. seldom borne out by their achievements Chicago democratic picnic at Brauds
Friday Judge Lumpkin attended a in action. There have been great de- park, In the outskirts of the city. He
fish try on Dry Fork cheek, and while teelltes and there have been great de- was received with cheers and waving
he was not feeling well, he was In to tectivels' feats, but they are far less of hats when he stopped to the sen-
best of spirits and bhis wit and humor numerous than is generally believed. ter of the platform after a short Intro-
contrib(ited greatly to the pleasure of In like manner the bloodhound has ductory" speech by Mayor Harrison,
the evening. He Intende4 leaving been exploited in story to such- a degree and was frequently interrupted by ap-
Sunday morning for Atlanta. as to create a superstitious beef in his plaiso.
8e':urday night he rottred as usual, infallibility. His oration was toned with special
saying he was tired from his day's re- The bloodhound of mythology hal reference to the possible candidacy
creation and wished to get a good thus become confounded with the of Grover Cleveland in 1904, and his
night's sleep. Just at daylight he wa Ibloodhound of commerce. The Ilooi- supporters came in for some severe
sized with hemorrhage of the lungs hound of mythology has more sagicitiy excortation at the hands of the speav -
and expired almost Instantly. than all the detectives of the world er. Ho said In part:
There were no premonitory symp- done into one. Trhe bloodhound orf om- -Surely If there ever was a time
toms of serious lung trouble, indeed, mrc is only a do with a ken twhent, lte prea ngof the democratic
no symptoms of any affections of entirely incapbale of ITcrforning itlr- wh the preachingof th democracy
those organs, and the manner of his cles or (ondlutig ai n inquiry with even gospel ought to be opportune, now is
death was a startlingas the death ordinary ihuna n itelllgence et Ihere the time. The character of our pS'nY
Itself was sudden and unexpected, are stilli peop' w. ho are willing to r.- Is to be determined by the manner in
The news of the sad event created gard their own inference from the which It meets an opportunity, and
a sensation throughout the state, for houndm's behavior as suftielent t" er:-nerin which it etanp
asideation throughout the prestige of his hgtate clde all r enable dout an ser portunity will be determined by the.
aside from the prestige o( his hige na tie I)as of a summary annd irregu- ideal that dominates it. Will our party
office theo rare personality of Judge lar eecum of a per.4on us Lumpkin had won him friends The roue about the loodhouud ns Will It abandon Ilt.s championship of
throughout the length and breadth of a witness is that lie cannot bohe sworu. the people's Interests In the hope of
Georgia. Ills testimony,. therefore. Is not to l-o conciliating relentless foes or of pur-
When the news was flashed to At- received in court. As he Is not n co..- chasing a few officers with campaign
lanta the supreme court, with whom letent witness it is also not conipetent contributions that carry with them an
he was never to salt again, met hastily to prove by other witnesses the nature obligation to be made good out of the
to discuss the dread event. Grief was l the information which he furnishes pockets of the people? The democrat-
f doploted on every face and volc..a or is supiiposed to furnish. An attempt Ic party must appeal to the democrat-
i trembled with the emotions of strong to cross-examine him is attendle with Ic sentiment of the country, and this
t men. The governor sent out mew. too great difficulUes. Ills services, ns a sentiment Is far wider than any party.
Stages of condolence to the widow, and :letective, therefore, are subject to very Wherever the question has been sub-
he and the supreme court made prepay serious drawbacks. mitled in a way that it could be acted
I rations for doing honor to the .distin- For all that he Is sometime m use- upon Independently, there always has
h gulshed citizen, taken so suddenly. fill. ltuit lil usefulness Is iiniiiily iI been an overwhelming majority in ft-
y Judge Lumpkin comes from a fa- the way of affording a cliut to tlth vet of that which was democratic, and
, moia family Il Georgia, a family that humun detectives. When he ntunily our party can appeal successfully 't
0 has long been identified with public traces the perpetrator of a crime to iIfl this democratic spirit if we but con-
o life In Georgia, and that has given hiding place, It is often possilblc to fliil -vine the people of our earnestness
y many distinguished men to the stlte. on the person or in the reshileince of Lite and of our fidelity to those principles.
I Judge Lumpkin was 56 years of age, person suspected evidences that hlie hliiil We are handicapped just now by
e and would have been 57 had he lived committed a crime At .!II events. Iii the fact that the last democratic td-
till October. He was horn in Ogleo this 1ay attention is somietinies di mll inistration that we ad was more
t thorpe county, near Iexlugton. and reacted to the proper p-rson. But til:t iubservlent to corporate dictation
e had lived there a greater part of hie chances of mistake arn very nail than any republican adminletration
- life. It is important that th.. liii.ntit,,s of (ht had preceded it, and the record
t- lie attended the common schools of the bloodhound should le h.ltter under. of thai adpmlnetratlon has been a mill-
- Oglethorpe county until he entered stood than they are in mrny otniutlotui- sun about the parly's neck ever
the University of Georgia at Athens ties.-Louisville Courler-.Journal. sine Th influence exerted by Wall
- He remained at the state school fur vtolnttin of the Elevator. street over the administration's pol-
. three years graduating there with flr:t The first Pie'rors Fuedp Il New Yl: iy. the use of palronago to reward
Honor in a class of r leaving the6 City re freight elevators. it w:,. hose who betrayed their constituents
r He slusty d law after leaving the eral ot int-ndel tlhat they shoui cary and the employment of the most rep.
I universe Iy and after serving several men and womPn, and ort4s wr-i rehensible of republican methods
- terms In the eIPtlature, he was ap Iade to discourage those per.-on.l h li, made the administration a stench In
. pointed judge of the Oconme Ir-ult a would rather take Ihe risk of tIist the nostrils of ,the people 'and sept in
position he held until he was elected kille-i nnI ride. than he cotnlparunit,v, ly Ili republican party many who were
Judge of the supreme court in nlsi saofe 'hbitew nalking up nudi down sirh . Judge olampkin's grandmathtr came tc A 1omiany wa.s first formilcI .. to. It odium which Mr. Cleveland's second
-Georgia from Virginia in tne early el.vaors lin N.w York about fo;l.tvi. t administration brought upon the party
y days of the rate: and was one of rhc y,.nrs a g,. and for a time it s ,llun.,i .|h electsl him did more to defeat
First of the Georgia i.ggllt- itself to three inerinlcdl to -.rry I'rl'hIr. the party than any one plank of Ihto
Sture. it Iihappenl'c.d. though. that :h.-re. 'l.i,, Chicago platform, or even than all the
d Jusge SamuTlo I.nupkin mnrrts-l lots of peronu wth ,ronee atlwaiy'4 .1t'% planl:s BthtL werc most severely criti-
Miss Mary hElhardso., of Alabama. mis to r.le ,v-en if they ditI ri-k if.e-i tuit for the reputation of the
and it was at thLu house of her brother lives,, ail the mI n whi, w.ere i ii o antinnistratloh it would have been
that Judige Ilumpklin all. No rlildrn head of t.r s- cons e-in beean tio iemI.- pojssil,, to m, ke any campaign at all,
Siurivive tho judge lie iav es ,soly ton bwhot het-pr it woulnt nlir, i i cio.l thilg a e'-on the rudlly action, thoro at:;h
. wiet. an.d one iter. Mr-s l.ury OIlvtr to put a few pa-..niger rol..vnior an 1 complete as rt aspation. thor on-;
l- ,. nms :rkr-r. nntisl.h c, r-,u-,rn,. ': .- p,. ai n ct 'th e o ld nopa co i
FOUR KILLED BY TRAIN, Iwareol now in-I th,.n .n, ll,. the ll TIe gr .ale i mnoac that the par-
looked s.ri in itlng that t.1,I .,,,,i,-:iny y has to mT nina i the par-
Victims Were Walking on Track and Icnasl n I.. .'t i it .e,,mn.- l ,.on :s f,.- ty ha etruc t ay Ia in the pro--
Were Literall/Grour.-I to Pieces. thls if th, I,'pl' ,1 Jl t *-t I.' 1 iy or lse possibility of the party's
A Cincinnati dispatch says Twc w ititiie f.r I..-u rirr Ti.-r. "a' rn ato lt posltlon thlt it occuplud
boys andi two young men were In good dteninl fo'r ilte-in ai i l t 1 ,':1 i I SI 2 tot lhf1''.
e antly killed Sundlay aJterurnoon neas growling s.ver .ir. 'If the democratic party would,
the Avornlale suburban station on tnc P assen-er el-avntrs, wh.n tlity -,-, t land erect, face the fitturo with con-
Cincinnati. l.ebaiion an Northern ill first built, weyre min-si iy stunlt '"lhiii. fi'i-nte. ,ILfendl the rights of the poe-
vision of the Pennsylvania railroad was all right for n time. iut it was plie and protect their Interests wher-
while walking on the tracks, plain that s-,me other mitie piiow.-r ever attaeked-whether ,the atta:lc
While in a deep cut on a curve they tlwhl hai,. i, he nIdopte-,. an, lnotlt--i. cr lmes from the financiers, the mono-
Whot et of tae way ofn' cr e asdopirit.l Aftrr the lean's i.0. p1ollars. the tariff barons or from the
got out of therain and wereo an olrugk ong x petted mlernators came rhei-,- tovi i v Imperialists-it can look with confl-
Others trainck by and werncoming pasruck on hge hyraulric wr anl thl is new v- ,di dence for a rovolLtlon of sentiment
Other rack by an Incoming passenger "t a litire laiRrs |- tha wnIll give us victory worth having,
train, all being ground to pieces. -l-evarorir ir th s ity. iong nato n ti-ii and this licuory. whon it comes will
Artt Whitler Croes thewas re-i gated toit.ia tnh, har krtnl so f:'r not end as the victory ot 1892 did-In
Artist Wh l tendon dpac h says: James Ah ts e tors nr- rtn,-rned, nsml th the dlemorallzatlon.ut the party, buit in
boAt MNdon dispatch says: aer, m Arlchn or mo'ed ly h ysrnull'" 1 ,- irs the building tp of a democrats organ-
lbot MiNed Thursdater, Americanoon at r hoe y -trllty New York Sun. izatlon which will deal aggressively
residence. 7 Cheyn walk, Chlea at nwbtk, to e rin. with all of the evils of the government
tresIne ag 7of 69Cheye walk, Chelsea, at rm th) oIrtiii CSns i rowing, and find its bulwark In the affections
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miner water Iceo floor, can be made to fit late the corel
ulltiaunil Is this frozen sweet,- of, any room wuhOere it maay '. a e.:
- there' 'ie wio ,pronounuco It .
To make It'prepare a plain
o andl tllavor it strongly with -
) of preserved ginger. When L
i Ihnlf frozen stir in chopp-d dhI
I the desired quntity.
qua tyt

' Grape Juice 'rappe.
plut of grapo juice, Oue cupful
hge juice, and the juice of two
are requilred. Add two cupfuls .
uPulated sugar and four-of water. .
e sugar ani water fifteen ilin '
aud add the fr-uit juice. Strain,
l quart of Ice water, and more
If necessary. IeRe mber that
reo sweeter before they are frozen
aftelrwiards. Do not freeze too

Det tllclom Jellied Frult.
ied fruit is a tempting dish oti
Oenisgs. Arrange some fruit onu
is$ dish, lhvlig litivored each
r fruit, or slice,* with sweet fruit
k, If you have it, and lemon juice.
he dish on leo, and betweou each
hI)our so1me lemon jelly that is I n quired. Besides being movable, thll
i-liquid state, pile the fruit, ar- hlas the added advantage of not ma1r
Ig it: tastefully, and coat nil with ring tile w ils.
"WVlhen quite set, scrape oMt with
;nJy jelly. that as fallen into -' i- "
't"beat it with a sliver fork, and NO anr '
it: ver the fruit. Scatter
almonds over and serve.
:Wicker ranagtg seat.
taing whichh lI s genericmally
as Is the hiangiig seat, one .
rprising.that so few of them Wall papet may he nicely cleaned by
O c Thiecost io doubt is the- rubblng It withth to soft part of ry -Otoe may find plenty of seats, bread,
Stwo, just 'as comfortable If Soda is an excellent article for clean.
el as this clover thing hi ug tinware. Apply with a damp clotil
shs one measures seventy- and rub dry.
;Cn- lengtl4 and thirty-four
thP It is fitted with ropes A drop or two of vanllla flavoring
d is very attractive for odded to a pot .of chocolate greatly
,- -a den or a broad porchl. improves its flavor.
ist, when -stained a softly A jar of llme on the pantry shelf or
g-green, though a coat of on the collar floor will keep the room
~ta telling spot when the dry and the air pure.
1 of grdLy stone or gray stone Too rapid boiling ruins the flavor of
Iweatheted" shingles. Natural any sauce. It must boll up at once,
r olorIs never out of the way, but should never do more than sliumer
Ist cheaper and more lasting. fitelrward.
is, t scrubs benutiflly. .Those Salt and vinegar will remove the
etfond of a hammocik, but ob- worst spots of verdigris on bras or
0 'getting so mixed up that a copper, Wash off with soap and water

- downicommg. Ismpossible,
6se hanging seats especially to
td;. Oneomay he wafted gently.
fro with positive dignity.
A Now Cookiln Utqnmtl.
ig the latest labor-savers for the
Is th6f newv patent wire lining,
saucepan, shown herewith.
handy little device Is used for
ig and cooking vegetables, nnd
ray with nll the luconvenlonces
possibly scaldlnlgtl of strnlnlig
retables. Besides, it cooks the

0VCz p-.N Lnmnc

Pf t, nlIO yFOR THE saucrrA N.
Cables perfectly without smashing
Snew llning has a strongly nunlde
n i top with cover complete, the
c part Is f lined of wire Intrlc-
d fits the saucepan, while 11 lip
at the top of the wire prevents
I of heat and keeps the llnlug
j made In three sizes, to fit the
tnt sizes of saucepants.
A Corner Closet.
bt closet room is at a premium,
Good Housekeeping, an arrange-
'whleh la both convenient andt
Satal Is to nail to the wall two
iards, meeting In a corner of a
Itecl board nbout two nud elne-
r'three feet long. A corner shelf
P lhrtreetly firm ir simply Inid
Sthe upper edges. Hooks moy
Screwed to tbe boards and to
-ce'0 rK t f boielI 'nd draperies
Itn ront al l.-H A "haiy"'
Hft" sea noi ~Mcft>.Fr. m Atart

and polish with a. whiting wet with
alcohol .
It In cooking too much salt has been
nut into nn article, the same amount of





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brown sugar put into It will counteract pieces, and spiked well together.
the effects. Fig. 4 shows detail of floor joists,
To remove paint or varnish marks on
glass, rub with a little warm vinegar.
or with the edge of a copper coin Mr& lI -
dipped in water.
Au effective centreplece for a talilo a i.
an electric lauip placed on a mirror.
with a stained glass globe reflecting
the varied colors of the glass used in
the design of the shade. .,
A good way to purify the air of a sick
room it rainy weather Is to pour
little oil of lavender into a cup of
st(anling hot water. This will alse --- t
purify dining rooms and balls of disa-
greeable cooking odors./
Window wedges are worth much and
cost little. No bedroom window
should without Its wedge, for by -
means of It rattling may be prevented I '
on stormy nights, and the occupant of -
the rooni may sleep iiiilsturbed.
Tablecloths are marked nowadays on
the diagonal line from the centre tc DtTAris or A BRAOE FBAME STBUCTURE,
one of the corners, the initials Leing 40x62 PaRT.
usually put about one yard frow til -
centre. They may be placed parallel showing the manner of putting then
to this perpendicular line or diagonally In lengthwise of the building. They
n re two by eight, pretty close.togethel
and well bridged, while the Joist bear
size of a Cuckoo Ez. er oare two by twelve-two two bl
The common cuL';oo Inys the rla- ix's placed side by side. The manaei
tliely smallest e-tg. For Instance, tht of spiking through the joist bIarers to
Jackdow and the cuckoo are aboul the ends of the floor Joists, making the
equal in size, yet the jackdaw's egg upper edges flush, saves a lot of head
Is some five or six time-, larger tlihn rooul. This Is well Illustrated in Fig.
the cuckoo's. The fact that the cuckoc 4. The floor joists are spiked to the
Is wont to deposit its eggs in the nesti Jois t bearer before It Is let down In
of birds very much smaller than tsell place, then all are firmly spiked to-
doubtloess In measure explains thbl. g etboer.
The floor of a brace frame structure
A Baler who Lives in Pear. Is best of concrete. A sill under floor
The Turkish rr!er is under sucl con- Is not rigid enough. If a wooden foor
stnnt dread of in attempt on his life is use d sills are best placed In between
that he never sleeps for two nights In posts and spiked tbroughb Ater the
succession In the same chamber, and manner of spiking the foor Joists to
the particular room in which be rest lout bearers. The detailed speflIesa-
is known to but few. tion and bill of lumber can be wored-
out by any carpenter worthy tlthe ai,.
-base -s- maa si0 .1mlne. -J. A. Macdopald, lps Oraste lq64,
Oft te 41,000,000 people 1i Earnglad. hmer
more than bhal of. tthem Itre on alIn- Ou o ir .u i ., ,'
, e(.o e oe .tb3i s a .wpk.d th- U It .,ntO t*.t ti AsF,
< ~);iirisf ao0 *m<16XBL~~;. ^ *k:~igi~i. :

rw 1 7 '11

Eartli Worms.
nmong agricultural workers perhaps
the earth worm receives the least at-
tention and consideration. Its value
to tbb land Is e;ldorm appreciated. It
torep through the sell, minakng little.
tunnels hf every directly,, thereby ad-
mitting t.he air and moisture not only
to tle soil but through the Soil to the-
'lubsoli, Durlig the process of bor.ln
It eats Its Way along, tlheletly grinudng
Sttho little particles of earth, render'.
ntg them finer and ii blAter condition
t',retain moisture, especially what Is
known as fl!ui moisturer, which feeds
the tiny rootleta of plant life with .ol.
ablQ coI ppounds tlhttt ave .bee tt re-
-parTed in the, great chemical tiliroratory
of nature for this special purpose. Ou
iitost of our faritis angle wornts are
Ilte best If not the only subsoil worker
itt use-they are probably the most
practical subsollers- that are at work onl
aay farl. ,

Uhtlean Seeds.
Unclean seed has +more to do with thle
listrlbutlon of weeds than all .other
causes coatbliled. These are brought
.pon our farmus in garden and tlild seed
from foretin counties. Russla lhl.c-
seed Is responsible for tle Introdtuction
tf Russian thistle, which, tlrst ap-
peaxred upon a single farm, and now
covers 40,000 square lniles in the
United States. Alfalfa, beet, tnrnli:
n]d other field and garden seeds Im.
ported from Europe are tohe ioteul
rnuse for the coatntainatilon oro our
Inuds with fanr weeds. Nor are tice
farmers of'thils country at all partlc-
ilar in saving their seeds, fields coi-
taluling weeds Orten being set. apart
for' seed crops, Insuring tlia,foutlst
seeds In mnhy eases. And teitn, ll tile
ila'chase of seeds, the farntetr is not
careful to buy puro' seed only, but
plants whatever some dealers offel
liinm. Until these nimthodls are doun
away with we must expect to ihavi
i eew pernicious wetds constantly ap.
pearlng our crops.
VUd some Plant
W. often see ftarlners' wagons and.
slolghs nearly worn out before tlu
Second count has been put o0n them. Il
some knew the exact loss In dollars aiin
cents from their neglect, thity woulle
be almost frightened. The tires on at
unspalated wagon will soon get loose
while if they are kept pnalted they will
remain tight much longer. We hlave
seen many breakdowns caused by thi
tires running off, and in most eases th(
wheel is spoiled. One must watch
closely, especially just before haying,
and give the wvheela a good coat ol
paint if It is reeCoded. First soak thi
wheel up with water, tlheu wash clean,
then before they shrink back put oni
two coats of pilnt. This last painting
will cause the tores to rentiln tight,
iand may save dodtars .t times whei
time is valuable. In my forty years' of
experience I have seen these things oc-
cur, and I practice what I recommend
to others. Repainting wagons and
slelghs saves their owners many dol.
lars, especially when time Is valuable,
for instance in hi.ylfig andt harvesting
time. If one Is watchful, nilch losio
may be averted.--C W. Kellogg, Iu
The Epitomist.

The Brace Frame -Mnrn.
The accompanylng four illustrations
give detail of -a brace frame ntirn
forty by sixty-two feet, with twenty-
foot posts. The barn is built of two i
by six or two by eight -nch scantlinge'
throughout. Tihero I not a single
piece larger In the whole frame.. The
ground plan, Fig. 3, shows position of"
the pillars, twenty In number. These
pillars are of stone, or concrete. There
are four bents In this bar--, which may
he arranged to suit the needs of the
Fig. 1 gives In detail the method of
franning. A oenu is shown com-
plete, with part of the adjoining Iloe.
Tbo rafters are also shown, as well ta
detail of the plate, spans, joist bearers,
braces, nnlllhg, girths, etc. Fig. 2i
shows an end view of the manner of
framing, a single interior bent. Thet
rafters may advantageously be lapped
fn the nirllns. makln them in twd

Itf yopr druggist cannot sanpply you,
Send uS oao dolTar and we will exptreas
you a bottle. IBo sur' andgr the to 1Mume
of your nearest e'x e6a oiloCe. Adess, |
j.. C. AV i Co., Lowell, anMs. ,

Stubb-They advertise for a teacher
at the young I dles' cooking school.
Penn.-Does the teacher have to
sample what is cooked?
Stublb-Of course.
Then they had better engage an
,strich--bChlcago News.

To all who sufer or to the frlende of those
who slTffite tith Kidney, Liver, Heart, Hlfldder
or Blood :Dlsease, a samnpie bottle of 8tairt's
Oin atd Buehu, the remat southernn Kidney anv
Liver Medlotno, wil be sont absolutely i1e of
cost. Menttolu thisdPaper. Addresm TrUAltT
DRUG M'fQ CO., !.Vatl! St>, ALlaata,; a.

SIi tansTabu lee ne'
the best (lyspepslit
I medicine ever
A 'buildred nitlllons
of them rnve" bec,
sold .n the United
4 1p. .lttes. in a sng!le
year. lyery Illlnes
arising from a disordered stomach li
relieved or cured by their use. So
common is It that diseases originnile
from the stomach t may lie safely as.
serted there is no condlitlon of II
health thiit will not be IbenfRlrll or
cured by the occ',lonini use of ltIpanis
Tabules. 1'lyslclans know tIlein and
speak highly of them. All druggisKl
sell them. The five-cent package is
enough for an ordluary occasion, anil
the Family Bottle, slxty cents, contains
a houoehold supply for a year. One
generally gives relief within tweuty

Endowed Colltees

Comrelated School

1% iame- Semel r si V IioNid.IL
OhaeaelloruM1 W. SmIT', A.M LI.D.
OoPll ti5,LWohbuP5.ygu

*eas U4f@gU33h*o -- 3
e C sad se as Pragsestrr

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The newest ribbons are sprinkled
witli embroiderled flowers.,
Cordlugs andtgauglij ll ave rrpirlnr'il
tucklngs at the top oftsklrts.
Burnt straw aints, t nimed l in 1,lnk,
are worn to an almost lrlting dtlgrce.
Petticoats are inornti clibonrate thnn
ever, and green sCeemsto be the favor-
its color.
I'ao blue, nauvetand rose tints .iri'
leadlug favorites Inillfen, ballste 111ad
other wash fabrics.
Lace tired ou uu4lcraklrt Is in qirly
always in tlie furin of liHMertlon, as II
canl be sewed on to al foundtnllonu ore
Of fancy embroideredd and qualntly
shaped lawn and camlnlrlc stocks thert
is no end, but these trfltsa nre b y ne
mcaus cheap,
A fetching bat Is of white straw
trimmed with tulle, tihe touch of colci
being given by a spray of inagcnta
banksla roses.
Plaid straws of all kinds are very
fashlonable, both for creating the hat
and for tarniture. Plaid facings for a
plain upper are especially liked.
Floral painted tusores make up Into
the prettiest of summer frocks or
blouses, with a soft ebou nnd rcentur@
of liberty llk for the requisite note of
A valuable adjunct to the Ilnitsl of
dress is the sasI. When long ends are
Mot based the back of a belt Is fanltoed
with a bltterdly low, eroclet 4rpodl 0'
Scluster of sitk bobbles.
o ~. .
i''* ritW11A~l~ifl1
"M aifl ~~lft~tn



I.13 WOEr
'le's forover complalnlrg of his
hard luck I wonder what's his Id:a
of hard Itokr, anyway."
"It Is merelZ his Inability to fall
Slto a soft snap.."-Philadelphia Press.

"What a pure, serene face Miss Fiar
child heal" M
"Yes; .sh -does look as though sho
had never ,t.en to the theatre I b er

FPITSpeIriatently oured.Noifits or nervous-
e as alter afitt day's use of Dr. IKllo's Great
arnRost0Trer.Satrltad bottle aud troattlsetro
Dr. ~.. Ki Nm; Ltd., 931 Arch St., llhtn.,l'P
Yd0l. professors will 'hereAfter be retircl
froin service, except in special cac&e, at
jixty-eiglit years of age..
Ask Your Dealer For Allen'a Fot-t a'e,
A powder. It rest tle foot, OCitos Corns,
Buntons. t wollen, loro,lo)t. Cat lImusAehbitn
Swentirg Fett and Ingrowilng Nails. Allon's
.oot.Iaase tkc.c new or tiht shot s asy. A t
all-Drugglsts'alid Sboe storoi,'a6 2ent~s.. Ac.
eant no substitute. anrplo ojltlled Fnan,
Address, Ailcln Olmstod, LeRoy, N. Y.
, One good turn deserves another, but that
is generally all it does.
amstire Piso's Coure for Consumptton saved
miy life thlroe yeaJr ago.-slM. TIoUABs lon.
'"uis, Msple St;, Norwloh, N. Y,; Fob. 17, 130).
A man never quits beinq a boy until hits
mother dies.

Hair Falls

"I tried Ayer's Hair Vigor to
stop my hair from falling. One-
half a bottle cured me."
J. C. Baxter, Braidwood, Ill,

Bllta For nEmbroldere--iretly wVork n,
The use of embroidery is more cx.
tenslp this season than It has ever
been ~efore.. It Appears "In every con-.
celvable from on gowns and dress n'-
cessories, as well as oil all sorts of
decorative and useful artlrles for lthe
Ionle. Some of thoso are so elalborati
as' to neccssltatip the work of-nit e,-
port, but manny of the.'sBliple toek,
nud-llueii trimmings: can be mnlae with'
9aseo. The effect of these IltdispIens
able trifles depends siot stul much on the
omounut .o style of 'nilhroblery enm-
ployed as on the nepatiess andi careful-
oess with which the work Is done.
The stocks, which p'romnise to bo so
popular this year, are' vrsitlly tanth,
from nbtcher's linen. Thtse l nlay 'he
cut polluted or laivo stole einds, whtlle
Frenclh knots, worked itt ratl helr'C c0ir
Iltenaissanco tread, always inmlae a
sultntblo dccortlion. Oni the ipoitt, ov
,nil each stole nitd, n:iy ibo pilactdtl inly
buttons or a spider wue). Sunall con-
ventlonal flowers .are also pretty, 1a1
slhoulld be padded, as lntllals tire.
Shirtwaist sets, consisting of ftocl;,
uiffs, pleat nnd belt, are often done Itn
the slniple cross stitch. T1il is ea csy
to do, nail yet makes n stylish t' Jn,
Itiug. ,libroldercd intdst aire snct oti
1il the si rt shirt wlst sits. aind 111ty
ensily le nltde by a>ltternathltg splderr
wi'bs or 1 slI.t)I ple colnvceltiontl flo\ver
with groups of French niots. Yokes
of butcihr's lItni dilone lit the s~ ilt,
nVY ar'e1 also wortn, the cilgsb litllg lln.
tIhcd withn a linen Ihantm or lnottoni
I lIblon ncllhrolde'ry Is i gnatly in tl .
ldeonee ion litls6nt ofaO (,1uNilons. I11li'
ntaitorlnl used Is generally sill niloar
In theo very delicnto ittlitirsl. Forget
rie-nots, rosebuds, violets or. lu If'tt,
ntly small flowers loo(k; extremelyl
aninty when done In thls winy, lniu soft
git'-cn imonIr, etUnbroldora d witi daltsis,
illikes a lovely eCltilo.. 'iho petals
should be (Tone with whiltet riblon, inlt
tlip centres tllled In solid with yellow
French. kInots. 'Tho leaves look li st
eiltbroldlredl with silk In fho usianl
v y. :* l .
In the sense of dinbrolderles tdours on
whilto intcrlnl, the brickgrounad is
often coveret'l with (lirnling lia palilo
slinhae, dono In straightt lines. This
entirely chlitiRes tIe a i)penrailnEo of tait'
plec.('e,: nliklng it stetl as f l the 1( l I
thread were'woveln into thlt material.
Wlhon the color of a piece is too vivid,
it: anny o toned down by lying fine
wiite or create itet over It. This Is
best nceonplllished by beating ritho net
over thie wliole plecc t l then worklpRg.
right oit topl of It, The' pictures Oi
ilrtists' satin sold for ctushlon tops nlmy
be l mch Improved by this treaittitent.
Browli lineni etnlroldkieied wit itihrge,
sliowty flowers mninke.a hnnldsonie ccntro'
)plcecs. Popples nnd datffodlla nreo nd
irabile for tills work. Grien linenti It
ialso lsed, but tho btroivt llrmon7lze.
better wilh the bright colors used tll
the design. Conventlninal idesignls i
deop toned silks nreo also popular.t
These art (lone li faieiy stltches, with
a great deal of the .pSlianil-llnid, such.
as Is used on altar cloths. These .'cn-i
trepleceft aro. particularly suitable for
library tables, ias tley are In srikilng
contrast to thte dark wool, whIle 0 c(
heavy, rich work is In keeping With the.
ftU'nltshbt gs of sucb riooins.. F'requ.itat-
ly the edges of these ploves are tilislRhl'
.by deep ecru Inclc, applied outside (1te
Spanlshb-lild la. probably th l hn bst
stitch to use In staking very nlrgeo let
terms, or monograms, lit silk. It is Itot
nearly ef diffiltult to do well ias tih
regulate' initlntlng, and, besides, It offc!rt
SHlcendid opportunity for good slintdig,
Black satin, cut the same shape inI :
fraterllnty or class lpin, with tihd igure
* worked lu gold, mank a r novel nlid at-
tractive, pillow for thi college girl. It
hit edged with a golden yellow cord,.
and backed with satln of th i sanan)
shade. The iden il to carry out tihe
scheMd of the pIn as nearly as )pe.s-
sible.--New York Trlibnne.
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Flowers are now madoeof fea thers.
In bodices the bolero effect Is para-
Toques are small atil narrow and
rather pointed.

"Bohold thlls -rm.,! tI litl0tllvtd
",.'TwouIl reach arouriti'l all
Sworhl" '
" 1'd. like to soo;,'' li' atniihl l,
W ith 1l11 dilldliinft l fcirld,

Ton-I say, Jack, what reason havo I pitlt ly lirnt. aibotl. hr f
you for wearing an automomille cenp? itro.Ho HlSo 11111( l 1 I iti t'
You never rido lit ati liutomoblle,. "'Thi tlhla. -tin (dones, ilnir dotibloer-.-
Jack---Olt,. I sluppoat thea reason I( You'ro tall ltlt worldltol tllc! "
timllnr to the onmo yolt have been car --Trutmat n Ihoirlt Anil \rrw In lJuyly
rylnag it pocltethook-.-Chllicago NOws .Sitattte Set. "


Tlheo homnaln people
Wvho ittl' ivtiy lty- ,being
Inaido wollbt y Is)OtI'0
EKhlttioy '1ll. u trial herewlth noered
mnakes further ilslay,
"K lilney netglot."
They correct urine with
brlak d(Iti satndIata It1 K h
ieolored, |Ilmn In |spasalnt,
Itrlbbling. frecquehiy, bed
wottli.g. Deati's Kidney I'lls
IrIniove cnlcultl1 anil gKravil
itollovoi heart pildplttlas,
HleplI ssmnl, )i 0 i ( Ilo oho,
norwoune"s, dltlaioss,.
Nownanxt, Kr.- i, O. Jones
writsn: "I was unable to
Kot anything to stop tha too
.ilttlt llow of water, Vor

F. 0.,
n'r thlo triL .rlie malt Inall O l)
Pp"s Inasllolleir I~ t1. a llon
thalLlcl~~r wll dlo ir

(lforty y1at11 lgilt-oot haeh
slejet -- walt s %,ry wNoakl
Aild liboulOv i I i I: IIIit helo.
SI'glit; D~oitw 'l iiroil na t.y
cIodwIo Tha"ll was .1110
1 i1i'iltiit 101atIsnd "-itCII sari),
tili4P.lily. M1.141 iId It.R111J115
atyrl I hIavo lIII 114had Ivnitqulha

for ~ll Ive 1I iiuila. r lm
liiinI,,Uaus. Itimr
tt' tl I 1..IcjI1 %fll go i -h
m. i ti.I ill binlfd P an'SO
i~il.tO 'L15tIIIoI'll' Ufew/ wlt'4 1tq1r,14
i Hi slirtI)yIII, Pule hr IIIllilO a tr l

Take own Repeating Shotguns
Don't spend from $50 to $200 for a un, when for so
much .less money you can buy a Winchester Take'.
Down Repeiating Shotgun, which will outshoot and
outlast the highest-priced double-barreled' gun,
besides being as safe, reliable and handy. Your
dealer can show you one. They are sold everywhere.
FMR I Our I'O-Pae llustralSd Catalo.4 '

Cross?; :Avry &' Company
Poor,ma l ., He cs4n't help it. ,IrlpVmW TO .
He gets bilious. iHe needs a: AVERY & McMILLAN,
goo liver pll--Ayer's Pills;'" t. so Luth yiH t. .tiAnt, O*.
They, act directly on the liver i.i 'r
cure biliousness. .: M A4~,INE RY::

Want your moustache or beard
a beautiful browner rich black Use

st* "or M Dys OR r

"Ior ms slsi b ad gh e larabl reru h C l n sIsm.
Rn4M u..o 1L dp 6f m1dlelne-.-
l.b.4 n.lor. Tinwell* *|o frifd rermm-ndil .. ....
RI. m 4 ass lg them Reliable Prlok Engines. Iolel,
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Large Engines and Boilers supplied
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Ilr s I.W kn v- T II Steaum OltellOere.. Pull line Engines A
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Iterlogl Remedy Co., Chlago or N.Y,. Pi ,
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Ayer's Hair Vigor is
certainly the most eco-
nomical preparation of its
kind on tl :,' 't. A
little of it goeb way.
It doesn't taki, i:h of
it to stop falling of the
hair, make the hair grow,
and restore color to gray


Says Dr. M. C. Gae, of San Francisco.

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i t'd wl. No ;w 1 i o, e ,Ii ,, wI(oill maiy owin \worlk i it i t l 'r .m ittils m o 1110 I t ll
Sthinkt I 'riial t I us i e giltt mtdiitina for
w'i|mua kintd."t M ri I Tr. (ad't liti,
Wontroit el are calplci;ll lial,l t .te pelvic e-
tils. female weaklcass Hs it is ia clmmaonly
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A CONSTANTLY increanrl. ilunuber of I: *e.n.*/ 1 Cp **""""""
hyli lclians prescribe I'eriiiio i their *
hias iir ovron its rnermites soI tlghorouil'
1htI v\''ni the doctors have over, onie i har
I ,jit ila inst eo-called plte it tnei.
i. i. 11,I n r'-mninend it to their Ianlenls.
I Advise Women to Use Pe-ru-na,"
Says Dr. Gce.
1)r. It, -i. o n,' i onll aof th e physilan. e tlt
iiIho eiIfdlltort1 10 ii, In a letter writitna
'frtom tl 5 1 i tr,,' t it, Fran'cisco, Cal.,
'he 8 i': a. t
"''Titere i ti l' en-r ,G- Ion the part
of t pratel hi t i.i l -'-I' '\ I .miI hi IIc ";),t'' M
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eIat med in es U li Ie. I ., '* it e
e huv'si undred. ; i l ...s i f' te" ol -s. [
its owA n value and itm-
darsernont of tho profe m ... 0I
-IP. rIOa ha e per/ rlma',e.,i i, ,14i) til
.a'nf,..-er/ll e oI.res i san t S fra ',nii. e I
Illnt I nan1 ooonvl Oedl het .At i n, I
vatluale ropsedU J AnJne fr'cque ,at- I
I ,i a ,rsi d r se its use/or eo toonI, di j
tIt Acu>( r| re, o lar ane d pal't- i-
in t.erst in. ieil a res le oer- I
'1 ii t t r tJ it 'r f 1 gOr b les, onat 6.
l,.tlls tip '1h) o ettrC dyl5tiii. I al l : X
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,t'l li' K II of. I a. rtie v Indoise your
Mrs. I F 1'. T dlie, Malrion, N. C., is me i
0 P r 1'. l 1tt -i tiens) ,l t
,t'lu y el. fu lowed I4s (t, .
,I' cll, al i '.dis hi,,o to say the follow. .
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,o Il .tI- YiN i rl wwrk wit h out-a, H ffeai r+i-
ing gr-,, lai, I ,,,,,1 I ,riana, and cali. ..... .. o o o e
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(i4' c, nI.. mel i <;., 14w i- I l olt I t vl 1 1aT l
s tn1 m io c.t irrlit ir'w l l% ,.:. I, tihe
l,','h.kl. pt' iri* (.i.'ii:4' I .l 0.x ('.I(r1 !h. its
every otin v will inll, i. lli0 i', ot' o O c.
half ..thcI di % hit b b ai il I L nkind,
liitkt i- h itit I .<-r i' I O iw lii !- i, A l; li. I oie
hitIf of the ipco Ii d i' I l t I 'I Iit,'.i S titt'a ,

/ /yolt'do rt o so derve paoQatpt oa tL (im/saenlfoI/ a'(Y'tIOt /'I r 14 q
i I-O or Prcn4, mry t one to tU io 'Sa.<, i t0inru jtl ,- .
ntatetent t o/ "/o frr.o aBe esl*As e wi 0kllt be p/eit -.ttto f otls + : -
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The Mother Country. "s8h's All the World- to Me."
Ilow I It 1 that titled lengllHmon eare "'My h1it ul 1\\w," Hali NitnIcy, .
oltill attl ty iuitrrylna n Amorlenca na wivt s, "is i lo. t l' t l. 'r, Iit hlt .. '. "t I.t.
whillo tlehdd lnRgllshvwomann never (f 1satroig rilghi arm I l nii y- it ..
marrii A riiir an hiusbandsa If thilS Plti rin-lili lng ltihis iglht."- ,

I'Il l ig we ,' on o i ll" 1 !HnH ii urinritoc.
'rac(y in a goneratieJl or two will be0
alhlo t1 rlfor l an "thoe nolher couttry."--Rlollo
'Monthl y.

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"a- 'The Delaware lynching a few Hon. Frank Harris, than whom I IU IIIA
D.B.G ODWIN, days ago, which stirred up such here is no more brilliant newspaper ave
:.." -itorand~Proprtor. furore, was, it is now clain'l,, ,nan in Florida-as all who read $ W H
S.. _. jstified, as a former sirhilr cse thie Ocala Banner must know-was In Stock, and ar. COlltantly ecciv- -
1', ftered April 28, 1003, at Gainesville, had ended in the release o, the at one time being urged by many ing "up-to-date' Sloes fnr Men,
l a. ..asecond-class matter, under Act of criminal, and the mignirit citizens of his friends to make the race for u t, I THE PLACE
cogres of March 3,1 79 remembered it, and resolved that State Superintendent of Schools; I and Children, at popular ,f is
publishedd every Teda 1, such crimes after that must be putn but knowing as le did that a prac- prices and of the best makes. -TO ;,.', --
,. ubl$hed every T, eay a, l r. a, ished. Harper's Weekly, in pow- tical school man should occupy
50 cents for Six Months, meriting upon tihe lynching of the that important Josition, he grace- F lE TEAl
25 Cents for Three Month~i. negro White a few days ago, says: fully declined to become a candi-
Ae. .S.NO RATs Twenty-three years ago an atro- dale, and thanked his friends for Particular attention t the Ladies
cious assault was made by a negro their kind thoughts and words. lar attention t the La
cal Rdersbrevere te, cets named Neal on the wife of a white, act on the part of the bril. "Brockport" and Mncts "All Atmer- EA- 1\nllE "
1, a e for ahe.r layton eLa Ao the liant "Ocala Editor" made hinm ica" and "Walk Over" grades. BL
on application. White case, the woniii was rot umany friends, and should he ask
only outraged, but murdered. for the office of Comptroller, an im J. M atheson,
Only a few new candidates have Neal was arrested sowon after the portant State office which lie could V(' 7n
been mentioned so far this week. crime, and, after being confined fill to perfection, he would get it ,
.... ... ... .. jail for a few niiontlis, was tried f t eas Othm and Leau rr rtf 5inr&till in w
T'heie is usually more muld-sling- and sentenced to ble hanged. His dead easy. .
ing Iby f iends of candidates than by counsel, however, Anthony Hig- '0Fronu time immemorial the glow ... W.*I.. 10... 43.4 Q *.. 4 *: e* 1?--43 3 &*3
th candidates te..e.lves ,gins, at one tim le a United States i -
.* ,tle candidates tneiielves Senator from Deleware, took the worni and the lightning bug," says ,.
Not.omcheard abt prize case to another court. On 'the the Savannah Morning News, :. *i.i..
Not so mtch heard about pe .second trial the negro was again "have beetI puzzles to scientists. .
fighs these days; base ball is al- condemned to be hanged, The That they are possessed of the O
most all the go in sporting circles. convict's lawyer appealed. ith er to emit lig from thei .
the result that a third trial took ,ower to iernit light from their AND
Is there but one man in Florida place, and a third sentence to t bodies everybody knows, even the
:who is capable of being a "Busi- death penalty' was inpoed., Once most ignorant laborer in the fields. You need and ou t ha it There is
atess Senator?" We thiuk there more the case was carried to the ut how do they do itY That ques. You need IC4 and you have it. Tliere is IE), "^
S. Supreme Court,.and .,after a i 4Kin 1
'aire others. Supreme Court, and, after an n tion has failed of an answer from and IE, but the iUg that melts the slowe.1t is the IXE < 4
'tervial, Neal was acquitted, upon a t most erudite scientists. It is
Brother Fackler, of the Crystial technicality. 1e still that last the longest and tthee TCst erudite scientists. It ch is in
freedom, his crime having gone i- suggested that the discovery of
River News, thinks "neatly all po- pushed of the law. With such a radium and its peculiar properties ICE manufactured bytie e
litical candidates are under treaty notorious proof that in Delaware, may lend to an elucidation of the
obligations." so far as the courts were concerned, question. Sir Oliver Lodge of Success Ice Con pany,. .
a negro ravisher and murderer the opinion that
Every man in the British Isles might g scott free, it i uot s-it glald is of the opinion that
ought to be able to get a wife, for prising that many W\Vnuington peo- radium will disclose the secret of GAIN I YI ,
ought to be able to get a wife,000 ore ie regarded with indignation the the glow worm." And which is delivered anywhere a.i'l in :1liy ,_ni:tntitie- .,
there are said to be 1,000,000 more refusal of the judges to order ap.
Women than men there. speedy trial for the. negro White. STATE PRESS CLIPPINOS. W SO L l T C "
In several of the few remaining Now, in all candor, we ask if And now the.negroes are begin- .
wet counties of Florida efforts are this cheating the gdllows in courts ring to indorse the lynching habit Aonvince you
being made to drlveout the saloons. is not the cause of much lynching lby taking it tip and praticing it ou that it paye to buy Ice that melts
Tbe sentiment In almost every in this counttry today? Were theminselves.-rTimes Union. you that it pays to bly Ice that melts | i1 1, I f1I
county in the State is overwhelm- there a certainty that criminals slowly.
itigly against the saloons, would be speedily punished when John N. C. Stockton is in the A.
convicted there would be very few s-'natorial race in dead earnest, and W e W ill .
Alfred St. Clair Abrams, of miobs to mete out punishminent. there is no doubt but what lie will D l v PHON
"' ke county, a brilliant editor and The American people, no aniat- ike it warm for the other candi- elver Ice at your door if ou live in the -
S .more brilliant lawyer, is being ter in what section they may hap. ,lates.-luvern ess Chronicle- city, and ship it to you if ',ou live on any )
h,, 'spoken of as a probable candidate pen to dwell, will not enilure these --- transportation Co('s line. e.*de..the'seT FT .
'; for the office of Attorney General. ,hameftl miscarriages of justice in What agitation there innay be for 1C TT...TT
But we presume there will be other connection with certain crimes ol ihe secession of Pensacola and its -uCc SS Tce C 111 Tl ,
candidates, which we know. And we solemn- annexation to Alabama, seenis to C o sTALUSI
Governor Jennings keeps the ly believe that lynching will con- be going on almost wholly oit theETSTON, T noger,
; Governor Jengts sthe tinue ervei increase in frequency Alabama' side of the line. -St.
people guessng; u pt as to whether and borrow, wherever the people Augustine Record. r leSVl11p P- rl .
or not he will be candidate for the aa-d horrow, eve, tir einesville -. t l -loriat ie ertm
United States Senate (they are sat- have reason to alpreheicn a: failure l Cotton Depart
United States Senate (they are of the law.--Jacksonville Mltropy 'lehu poor farnmert of this state .
isfied on that point) but they are will not be able to do much work
guessing as to when he will for- Is ,Will rot er, if able toake in all te work
ally announce his candidacy. HARD ON SPARTANBURU. uitli ,peak,,igs, barbeces, pi- Hi
We fail to see where there is any Three young college gir s ale i s, etc. So you nmay look out fr _In Seed r Lit, arg
s shrewd politics in the talk about said to be suing the Southern Rail- sliort clop year iII 19()1. -- Crystial Ie oarg4
Pensacola's desire to secede from road Company for $1,i- !) dmnages ', ir News. Advances made. Wareh
| Florida and become a part of Ala. becatte they were unable to aor.l -- '1 ,f,,ide by letter or wire. Corre
b. ma, for every man who has intel- a train, and lad to wait for th-e lhni.da! GCreate-.t III phl t phal .i ..
J nco etiough to vote correctly next one, Spartutirg, S. rat-st in lumber. Geatest in ,parta.cercee
IMl Jaas too much intelligence to believe few weeks ago. 'lisactioon til ,,.val stores. Greatest in fislieiie. ES
any such nonsense. part of tlose sweet college girls is (,, in tropical fruits. Great- 1 I "[i HE ALACHi CSNTL
not near so hard on the S.oiitlihern est i otels. Geatestin climate.. j. "IjSJ. 1i ALA inUACUNTY
i judged js it is on Spartanrirrg, fotir ees in hotels. Giatestin climate.n
S Every man should be judged as it is on Spaitanburg, f Fr tie Florida-let thle cry be great, great- u anesvll
somewhat according to his intelli- Southern can lp.y the dlamaige er, gratet!- alae question of tie a first c
'gence and standing in the cotniu- money asked for--if the case i Titl y pe r
i lty in which he resides. An in- gained by the girls -and still be Dia" of the Havtna court, I rnwi thin -think- TAXES RETURNED AND PAID
. teigenct whie mn who stands able to do business at te same old ft hearing te plea of ev. Di' ig is dra aou k Ate
well among his neighbors deserves stand, but what will become of ill- lregrding the ownership of church Tie same is tr,_ of wgitig. ,\e B
). a severer punishment for a wilful fated Spartanburg, when thle bhal- property in Hlavana, decided that ru, w t h ,, l t rus99)9
Violation of the law than does the auce of thie world learns that col- the Rev. Diaz should vacate within yot satisfied w1it tul lteit t- --
'. ignorant negro who cares lor no lege girls are so antxiout to get eight days. So far this is a victory style of writing, y ..r m mint j.rt,.
'' body, and for whom to body cares, away from there that tlnee of them for the lotme I3oard.-Southerr and speed? if not \..nttlJ you o,'-
consider themselves dai.ruged to the Baptist ject to taking a co .. wi, tht ? '/ NlT
Some of the erstwhile ",nud- amount of $1,l'.)l) by having to re- p .
clamoring for a;lckean ean,paig,," ,ain rtere ro,,tte det o ,. Mr. Carnegie, if you want Ca,, ,uo 5,, ,.,, ,,,,, ,.,,,t "lWorth 0 C~nsideratl
in the next primary. They need one train to aotier? It is hard on to win undying fame just give a draw anything n tinl:---it l
S have uo fear. Respectable people you Sprtanburg; hluard on you. few of your billions toward con- draw anything you ik-not ll We cover these important
do not care to soil their hands by ..... ". anyway.
washing the dirty linen of political SPECIAL EDITION. struticting good roads. If you any way. Solicit a share o
S bushwhackers, such as they are.-- Editor and Proprietor Harris, of don't think we need them just Conme and let us teach yor by N T -
Exchange. the Ocala Daily and Weekly Ban- come over and let us take you out a simple ruetiod how to .kctch and FIRE, LIFE, ACCiDENT A
Great stars tana Whnt. author- ner, anniountces that he will, on or for a spin in our go-cart.-I,evy draw some of the prettiest pictures .
ity have you to be saying what "ru- about thie llsh of September, issue Tinnes-Democrat. that ever anid anito linger nioud o 'i
pectable people" care to do or not a very large aund important edition yo-- ur mind. Victor Safe and
do? Why don't you say what may of his excellent paper. The princi- Jacksonville is no back number I Iictrs.tedr
S be expected of your own kind? pie feature of the edition will be when in crnmes to owning anid Drawing pictures i n of the CINCINN
.-..--.- -..--.. ai illustrated write-up of the naval operating local utilities. Slre is best paying professions, besides it is 'The "Victor" is the best si

When Saul was chosen to be stores, lutnatbe alid phosphate in. far ahead of many larger and old- not difficult to draw picture., -it is plating the purchase of a safe, ,a
King of Israel he actually went off dustries in Florida, about the centre er cities in this country. Her ad- fun when you know how. Write box to a bank vault, will save n
and hid himself, and the I,ord had of which Mr. HIarris says Ocala is vancement is steady and contin- or call for our reasonable tim... tio cheerfully furnished. Ca
to.tell the people where he could be located. tonts under this well governed
found. How many menet of today The work of the edition, as were ownership.-Jacksonville Metropo- -- ..-- -1
are inclined to want to hide ont the five special editions of the Ban. li- Is.
when they are elected or appointed ner last summer, will be under the Q a R. -" I 4 T
to office? If there are any such exclusive direction of Mr. L. J. The negrors out have SfHOO, or S '
' they are few, and certainly very lhumby, who is a writer of far fornied a brotherhood to weed out
few whose hiding ,laces the Lora more than ordinary ability, and it the worthless loafing nuisance in Rooms 11 and 12
-would .reveal so they might be can hardly be doubted that the their midst. As the whites of the 'm eVs v l e
"fetched," as was Saul. and in. edition will be a success, in every South neglect lynching the negroes Pirrer dw cane', Time Tablen Eff
ducted into office, particular, and will be a credit to of this section seem to take it tip as Gainesville : Fla.
Snot only Messrs Harris and Brutmby, their only deliverance from the I
The people itt this cQaunty are but to the State of Florida as well. same class. There are just three .'.l..,aly No.4. ro.
waging war on the saloons. A -- ... veritiess of the genus negro, the dany. Dau STAT
,strong organization has been effect- A gentleman from West Florida, prodigies, the worthless and the '
l in Monticello, with more than vwhol is evidently itn favor of Frank majority of workers. -Times- P.M. i .M. LvAM
a. lhundred members. Sinmilat Cliurk for Congres, says that the Union. Why is it that some uie Fifteen years ago Florida was 5 '' .. r
.ttizations are being formed in race for Congress in this district who are considered good and up-, considered almost worthless except 0
,of4,he election districts iln the will be between Clark and "Barrs, Panasofkee comes from the right when the are first elected to for thie production of orauges, and ... .' S
I tI'. The white sentiment in and that Chk is sure to let down Greek "paa" (all) and the Indian o are soo found hobnobing a few other kinds of fruits bt......
a.iuty is overwhelmingly in the Harr,)s and get in the clover. sofkee". (runtid); therefore Pa'na- with the very men who opposed since that time mints of money 0 ... .
j'" of abolishing the salmon. This prophet, however, tny be sofkee station is all mud station, them because they were considered have beetin made in the State oni ........ u-,
s aeverity-five petition are be- very much mistaken. In this par IIt has reference, however, to the good men? It must be because turlpentine, lumber, phosphate and a' ..* .
cnulmted asking the county ticular case the Bar(r)s will not lake at that place, which has very they think the good people cannot cattle, and still the good work goes i 1 "...... t ........ c.00
Onr$, to call au election. be easily "let down"-being pecu little water above the ud. We see men's evil acts' or have not the on. Florida also leads the world Ie 6 ....
pires onefourtl of the liarly constructed-and should any received this information from Rev. sense to watch the actions of public in the production of Sea Island Ar .4
tp sign said pe- one attempt to climb over the C. H. Summers, who got off the servants, and thus thinking they cotton, and it is uow known that ...i.STe
will undoubted. Bar(r)s the effort migbt result in train at ."all-mud" station last t ng hito bwill. If over the enemour .by no Stgreate in the Union produces a '
.. Cello, in the the tearing of some breeches. Saturday. A little bit of inform. dong h a better any ofour rea variety of other crops.
13 tti' l' "e d .tiou like this to hoeer law a better answer to the ....... r t a you.
tionoliket h l& l~ ltit~resg ... question let us have it.. Now is the time to end -ilb you hA"' PM
.40 It costs but little to live in Flkri- who like our Indan,.a tion let advertising and ti e o
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